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Sunday
Mar272011

This really isn't Flash

I am slightly bored already with the HTML5 is better than Flash debate, clearly both are good for the right thing no?.

However what is very cool, is the amount of experimentation it is encouraging.

Check out some of the these

HELLO RACER

HelloRacer is an amazing 3D render of a F1 car done entirely in WebGL.

 PHOTO PARTICLES

Full disclosure moment 1, Paul Lewis who built this is a geek acquaintance of mine, but it doesn't mean that this "Resort the colour of the image you upload" thing isn't great.

SINUOUS

This simple, but very addictive game one the 10Kchallenge- BTW- it's not a silly triathlon thing but a competition for coders to make somethin in less than 10KB. 

There is loads more from Google at http://www.html5rocks.com/ 

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