Fool Around With Blobs and Shapes in These Fun Experiments by Andrew Hoyer
When first playing with The Tumbler experiment, for example, one might question the meaning behind it all. After all, it’s not a game and there’s no goal. But as you watch the colorful shapes spin around to the twinkling of gentle sounds, the experience becomes weirdly hypnotic, relaxing even. Andrew Hoyer is a software engineer who has a whole roster of similar experiments he coded just for fun and mechanics. To the average person without a coding background, the experiments might seem random, but each one is fun to tinker with, even if you don’t understand the technology behind it all. Some of our favorite experiments is the CSS Zoetrope (how did he do that??), the Sudoku Solver and the Cloth Simulation.