Bloody hell! Three.js is cool. And CSG. What can’t you do in the browser these days?
Excellent video I’ll have more to say and think about this.
Seems like the same thing has happened with Ruby on Rails as happened with, say, Zope. Giles does a pretty good analysis. The key point is that as frameworks mature they start supporting legacy users and applications who, in turn, have different requirements and values from those looking for a quick way to build new […]
Here’s something neat. I wanted to experiment creating different permutations of a collection of items. (In fact I’m working on some code for laying out shapes on a surface.) Prototyping in Python to get my ideas straight I came up with this neat generator solution. def perm(xs) : if xs ==  : yield  […]
These days, I’m thinking a lot about 3D printers, desktop manufacturing and software to create physical things. Last year I did some art pieces using software to generate drawings for laser cutters and 3D printers, and I’m continuing along the same line. I want to move this stuff into the browser, and the combination of […]