You probably won’t find a use for a tear-able cloth but it’s awesome anyway. Take a look for yourself.
This next one is called a Polygon Collision. This was developed by the same guy who brought you the tear-able cloth. In fact the first 4 examples in this article were all created by the same developer.
With this interactive experiment you can pick up shapes and throw them around with your mouse.
3. Ball Curve Collision
This experiment is a physics demonstration of balls colliding with each other. Click inside the element to add more balls to the screen. Plus you can click and drag to edit the curves and control the direction of where the balls fall.
In this experiment the developer has created a fluid simulation. Which looks some what similar to lava lamp bubbles. You can also use your mouse to interact with these bubbles.
In this experiment there are hundreds of balls forming different shapes and objects.
Lets have some fun by throwing Google around and be sure to try the search funtion for an added effect.
These are some simple JS throwing physics. You can throw the balls on the screen and they bounce around as if you were throwing a tennis ball.
Now this JS experiment is a bunch of floating cubes that spell out the word Chrome Experiment. Click and move your mouse to rotate the 3D view.
This uses some HTML5 and Quicktime to create this nifty beat maker. You must install QuickTime for this experiment to function.
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