Anaemia demo by LiteWerx (WebGL)

The Anaemia demo by Litewerx won 1st place in the TRSAC 2011 Demoparty that just finished. It’s a WebGL / JS demo using the Three JS library and consists of some lovely well-synced scenes. Although a little un-eventful in parts, the music helps keep things bubbling along and it’s an enjoyable ride that ran smooth as butter on my PC in full screen (i.e. maximised browser).

Large to download (27MB) which takes its fair while pre-loading. And of course you need a browser capable of running WebGL. Chrome is best and works with the music. Other browsers may vary. But this is demoscene after all and not representative of using WebGL in a “typical web site” as some may mistakenly believe.

Personally I just appreciate great demos no matter what they’re written in.

Run the demo here (27MB, WebGL), vote for it on Pouet, or if you really must you can watch it on YouTube.

Posted on November 12th 2011 at 11:54 am by .
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  • November 12th 2011 at 3:26 pm

    Thanks for sharing it, it’s always lovely to see how “they” do it.

  • November 12th 2011 at 5:10 pm

    That is a pretty awesome demo!

  • sHTiF
    November 13th 2011 at 6:57 pm

    Hmm Chrome is not only the best it is the only browser that is able to play it. Tried IE,Safari, Opera and Firefox :/

  • November 14th 2011 at 5:32 pm

    i can’t run the demo but the video is awesome :)

  • November 16th 2011 at 8:25 am

    Nice, also watched it in Chrome.
    @sHTiF: Yeah :( That’s the state of HTML5/WebGL Does not work well anywhere and works best in chrome with Flash/GWT fall backs.

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