In the middle of 00’s I’ve heard a composition: Hol Baumann - Benares - YouTube and it caught me, but I’ve forgot about it in time.
Several years ago I wrote that example just out of curiousity: https://jsfiddle.net/prisoner849/06nrgmkL/
And recently I’ve bumped into that composition again, so I decided to make a thematic sketch (or I don’t know how to call that kind of things, just give me a hint, if you know
Here is a picture:
And here is a working example:
GitHub - cywarr/benares: A thematic sketch on Hol Baumann's "Benares"
Morphing of the sphere has the same principle, like in the presented jsfiddle: to compute an accumulated vector of the shifting for a specific point in vertex shader, based on values of all “charges”, that depend on square of distance to each “charge”.
That’s pretty awesome.
I cannot think of a better way of describing this
Love Hol Baumann, he’s featured on basically every study/work/workout playlist I’ve made for the last decade. This is a perfect tribute to this track, great job.
Have you tried contacting the artist? I’m sure he’d love to see that.
Thank you for creating and sharing!!
@RiteshSingh You’re welcome Glad that you like it
Playing it for many hours since yesterday
I have suggested a minor enhancement (
वाराणसी would be more accurate · Issue #1 · cywarr/benares · GitHub):
वाराणसी would be more accurate
P. S. You are absolutely amazing with Three.js. If/when free, could you please consider guiding me? I am stuck with raycasting on points since the last few days (
Galaxies simulation: Change color of a point and display text on mouseover).
@RiteshSingh Thanks a lot! Fixed now.
@RiteshSingh I wrote a simple jsfiddle to create textures with writings: https://jsfiddle.net/prisoner849/xa6uonrL/ feel free to use it
Wow, thank you so much!! Your community-spirit is rare and imitable.