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September 2013

Motion tracking with Javascript, HTML5 and a webcam - thinkMoult

by sbrothier
Why would you use the web for motion tracking? Simple. HTML5 Canvas is exciting. Javascript is (pretty) cool. Combined with a lazy afternoon, we can create an ultra simple hand motion tracking and colour recognition system.

Les pépites du web #1

by LuciferX
Lancement d’une toute nouvelle catégorie sur le blog, il s’agit d’une sélection de ressources de très bonnes qualités ayant attiré mon attention et qui méritent un coup d’œil.

August 2013

June 2013

May 2013

auduno/headtrackr · GitHub

by sbrothier & 1 other (via)
headtrackr is a javascript library for real-time face tracking and head tracking, tracking the position of a users head in relation to the computer screen, via a web camera and the webRTC/getUserMedia standard. For a demonstration see this video or try out some of the examples with a laptop that has a camera and a browser that has camera webRTC/getUserMedia support (for instance Opera 12). For an overview of browsers supporting the getUserMedia standard see http://caniuse.com/stream.

April 2013

February 2013

December 2012

November 2012

The State of HTML5 Audio - PhobosLab

by sbrothier
When I started to work on my JavaScript Game Engine back in October 2009, the biggest problems I encountered were with the new HTML5 Audio Element. The Canvas Element already worked nicely in all browsers that supported it at the time, albeit some were a little slow.

October 2012

September 2012

google-styleguide

by astrochoupe
Règles de développement de Google : HTML, CSS, Javascript, C...

Brackets

by jdrsantos & 3 others
Brackets is an open-source editor for web design and development built on top of web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The project was created and is maintained by Adobe, and is released under an MIT License.

August 2012

Using HTML5 and Javascript to Deliver Text-Based Audio Descriptions | WGBH/NCAM

by Monique

IBM Research-Tokyo recently partnered with NCAM to research ways to deliver online audio descriptions via text-to-speech (TTS) methods, rather than using human recordings. IBM and NCAM explored two approaches which exploit new HTML5 media elements as well as Javascript and TTML

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