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How To Create Collaborative Digital Art using #JavaScript

Published on October 21, 2016 by in technology

In this tutorial, we’ll explore the process of building a digital drawing canvas where artists can simultaneously collaborate. You can test drive the collaborative drawing canvas below. To draw, just click and drag your mouse. Open drawing area in another window. Complete Code Sample To explore building a collaborative digital art canvas, we’ll start with

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5 Powerful JavaScript Frameworks for 2D and 3D Graphics #javascript

https://threejs.org/ – A 3D graphics library for HTML and JavaScript. Make sure to check out sample code here and at https://stemkoski.github.io/Three.js/.   Writing Google Cardboard apps?  Check out https://vr.chromeexperiments.com/.  This link has template code for building a Google Cardboard app using JavaScript. http://p5js.org/ – “…a JavaScript library that starts with the original goal of Processing, to make coding

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Inspire Curiosity and Creativity in your Young Maker with SparkMacon’s Robotics Workshop

Through making and tinkering, students learn using their hands, grow their creativity, and become more curious about their world and testing the limits of what is possible. InspiredToEducate.NET and SparkMacon Makerspace have designed a series of workshops to connect students with the essential technology skills of inventing using computer programming, digital fabrication, and robotics.    

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MakerFaire Projects To Inspire You

SparkMacon Makerspace invited local makers for an amazing road trip to Atlanta Maker Faire in Decatur, GA on Oct 1st! Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue to for these

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