I’m excited to share with you a little project I worked on a while back in the hope that it get showcased.
Basically, it’s an app that allows users to compare large amounts of money visually.
This was a project I took on just to try out ThreeJs and I had so much fun with it.
I saw what everyone else was doing and I wanted to be a little bit unique so I had the idea of making some type of interactive visualisation tool.
I shared this app to reddit and it received a lot of engagement and positive praise.
I want to thank the community and everyone who works on ThreeJs. It’s a great library and I think it’s one of those cool things to play around with.
Thank you for considering my application,
It was fun.
PS. I quickly ran into unimaginable amounts that lead to strange pile of NaN money:
Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed it.
I have reproduced that issue in the past and will try to fix it. For some reason, it breaks at one-thousand duodecillion dollars.
Interesting to see a man standing next to the U.S. debt in $100 bills!
A funny reply on Reddit said: “nice, will help me to organize my money room”
It looks like whoever won the latest $1.58b Lottery is going to have to rent a U-Haul to get it all home.
Far more than there is gold. I wonder how some countries imagine a gold-backed currency with such amounts of money. The gold cube, i.e. the tangible amount of gold that humanity has mined since the dawn of humanity, has an edge length of just 22.12m and is scattered around the world.