Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
Jacob Seidelin is at it again, with another music visualization using canvas and more:
If you just want to see the pretty colors -> CLICKY. (But please use Chrome or Firefox 3+)
MilkDrop presets consist of a number of different elements (waveforms, shapes, per-pixel effects, etc). Some of them I haven’t touched at all, but JuicyDrop supports enough at the moment that a good handful of presets run just fine. That said, there are a whole bunch of problems to work out and the presets included were selected because they looked alright and didn’t make it blow up.
I strongly recommend using Chrome for this. Firefox 3 can play too but is probably somewhat slower. There’s something screwy going on with Safari, it’s like it’s refusing to update the display (try holding down a key on your keyboard), I’m not sure what exactly is causing it. Opera is a mixed experience for me and it seems to have a problem with playing the music that I haven’t found the reason for yet.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 4:17 am