Mirror, Mirror

made by lizz thabet, submitted by porterjamesj
An interactive art piece that changes depending how you look at it. See the code here: https://github.com/lizzthabet/mirror-mirror

Family Cookbook

made by christalee, submitted by rachel
Christalee modified the LaTeX cuisine package to create a beautifully formatted family cookbook! Code here: https://github.com/christalee/recipes

I think you're dot cool

made by dtudury, submitted by Mai
Real time vector portraits - of you! using WebGL. Check out the code here: https://github.com/dtudury/ity.cool.

Including Assembly code in a C program

made by Fabrizzio, submitted by rachel
Fabrizzio demonstrates how to call functions written in Assembly in a C program.

Peculiar exaggeration yet alright

made by Kat, submitted by Mai
A weird flex factory factory! You can use it to make and share your own phrase generator. It encodes data in the URL rather than using a database.

Adjective Noun

made by Emily, submitted by rachel
The title says it all: generative adjective-noun pairings for creative prompts and/or amusement! https://adjective-noun.emilybonar.com/

Commit Colors

made by bryanbraun, submitted by rachel
See what color your commit is in your terminal! Each commit is assigned a hexadecimal color based on the first six characters in the commit ID.

NHL Time on Ice Visualization

made by jemmaissroff, submitted by rachel
Interactive graphs showing how much time NHL players spent on the ice (and how much time they spent on the ice together!) in the 2019-2020 season. Code here: https://github.com/jemmaissroff/hockey

IP addresses, explained

made by Kat, submitted by Mai
"What's an IP address? How are they allocated? Are we running out?" If you've ever wondered about these questions, this is a super clear interactive explainer with visuals.

The hyperbezier pen tool

made by Raph, cmyr, submitted by nicholasbs
A new model for a path-drawing pen tool that uses "hyperbezier" curves, which have two control points.