Saturday, October 9th, 2010

Normal Mapped Lighting for Photos using Canvas

Category: Canvas, Examples

Francois Laberge has a fun demonstration of creating 3d looking effects via lighting and normal mapping on 2d photos.

The demos progressively add features, from left to right lighting, to glow effects, to a multiple colored lighting extravaganza! Very nice work Francois!

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:19 am

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Also I created a youtube video:

Comment by endergen — October 9, 2010

Just in time for Halloween!

Comment by nataxia — October 12, 2010

why does it say runs fastest in chrome when it chugs in chrome and really runs fastest on ie9 beta?

Comment by wpccolorblind — October 12, 2010

So, are we just not gonna update Ajaxian anymore? This “Normal mapped lighting”, cool as it may be, has been the top item for like a week and a half now.

Comment by skippyK — October 19, 2010

Yup, looks like Ajaxian is pretty much dead.

FTW and

Comment by LFReD — October 19, 2010

I’m wondering what sites you all are visiting these days for your Javascript/HTML/other web-development related news? It seems to me Ajaxian is on its way to become a dead blog. Any news sites or blog you can recommend me? I’ve loved reading Ajaxian, but the people running the site don’t seem to be able to find the time to update it regularly.

Comment by daanlib — October 19, 2010

I wonder if they’d accept volunteers to post updates.
– Brad/Rob/Chris: are you open to allowing more folks to post updates?
– Readers: any volunteers?

Comment by pianoroy — October 19, 2010

Hahahah. I’ve been loving the attention. So much traffic to my site and emails with complements. But I too would love to contribute articles pending approval.

Comment by endergen — October 20, 2010

Just follow some people on twitter and you’ll get a daily feed of new links and articles :)
Start with @dalmaer and follow other people on his follow list with interests similar to yours

Comment by Jesse — October 21, 2010

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