My web sandbox

A semi public sandbox with random bits of tests with various technologies.

WebGL

WebGL is a technology supported by major browsers that aims to bring 3D-graphics to the browser without the need for plugins such as Flash. It is based on OpenGL and, as such, is supported on a wide array of systems; including decent mobile devices. Below are various incremental versions of a test project that I've been working on.

Note: you can use the arrow keys (or WASD) to move around in the 3D world in most of these examples.

Most examples are best viewed with Chrome/Firefox on a decent laptop/desktop, mobile devices may also work to some extent.

* The wolf model is taken from TF3DM.com. I use it to test my Collada file processor and WebGL-renderer.

Some of the textures used in these examples were taken from Texturelib.com.

Skybox images taken from http://www.humus.name and Jockum Skoglund.

Travelling salesman problem

To gain a better understanding of how a genetic algorithm could be implemented I've attempted to create a Javascript solution to the Travelling salesman problem.