SkyGen is a WebGL tool that lets you create skyboxes for your games. The tool uses an approximate atmospheric scattering algorithm to render a realistic atmosphere in real-time. The tool also lets you add and configure simple clouds in your sky. Once you’re satisfied with your result, you can export the images to a separate browser window where you can save each file individually and use them in your skybox. You can also export a single image that will show you a panoramic view of your sky.
This tool uses GLSL noise code from Ashima Arts.
This WebGL demo simulates 1,000,000 particles swimming around in the screen. Click and drag anywhere in the demo to activate a gravity well and watch the particles flow towards your cursor.
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This HTML 5 demo uses the drawing features of the HTML 5 Canvas. Brushes with configurable properties are provided to draw interesting sketch art. The current version allows you to draw offline. Newer features such as online art posting, galleries and collaboration will be added in the future.
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