July 2011
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We created a demonstration and Proof-of-Concept of how smoothly WebGL and HaXe combines to a nice Web-Experience by shading and composing the famous Strange-Attractor.
In a nutshell, most things turned out well in this environment. We could implement the visual and technical design as we wanted and reached our goal in time. From our perspective, haXe & WebGL is a very good alternative to other interactive web technologies. However, the lag of an authoring tool like Flash IDE changes a lot of the workflow. On the other hand coding haXe is really just like coding in Java or AS3 and FDT workes well as a haXe IDE.

Many thanks to the interactive community (haXe, WebGL, JS, Flash) - it is always so easy to dig into new stuff :)

Experiment on GitHub

Chrome WebGL Experiments
Google I/O 2011: WebGL
bit-101 strange attractor
Audiotool Track Carsberg by techno94


  1. patrick
    wrote on July 13, 2011, 21:07

    nice work guys :)

  2. Bruno Fonzi
    wrote on July 14, 2011, 08:32

    Nice work is not enough ;) I love it!
    I hope you keep sharing more experiments like this one.
    It’s simply awesome!

  3. klemba.info
    wrote on July 14, 2011, 08:41

    so cool… i like !

  4. Martin Lindelöf
    wrote on July 14, 2011, 10:20

    nice work indeed! so the project is on github! will clone and check it out! awesome thanks again!

  5. Daniel Wagner
    wrote on July 14, 2011, 11:03

    Great work!

  6. Alan
    wrote on July 14, 2011, 13:10

    Das ist Kool!

    Nice work britzpetermann!

    Please do share more experiments, especially WebGL / haXe

  7. Mario-Ignazio Cigna
    wrote on July 19, 2011, 15:22

    A B G E F A H R E N !

  8. 1am
    wrote on August 26, 2011, 07:51

    really tasty. i love it when the attractor lights up when clicked.

  9. Kermit
    wrote on September 6, 2011, 23:50

    Excellent work guys!
    I downloaded the source zip, but when compiling using Haxe I get “Project hsl-1 is not installed”.
    Any idea what am I missing?
    Much thanks.
    (ps. I’m a complete HaXe/WebGL noob, looking for a sample to start from.)

  10. Nico
    wrote on October 4, 2011, 13:49

    Hi Kermit,

    you have to install the HSL extension for haXe:

    Greets, Nico.

  11. Jes
    wrote on April 25, 2012, 23:18

    Wow! This is really cool!! Very nice graphics! Cheers ;-)

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