Alexandre Rousseau

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Planets

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Petri Dish, Revisited (work in progress)

Random motion simulation with Three.JS.

PicoPaint (work in progress)

Touch input

Draw points

Draw lines

Palmarès des écoles secondaires

Carte interactive des écoles secondaires publiques et privées du Québec présentant divers indicateurs de leur performance.

Listen

Play

«Trappes à tickets»

Carte interactive des «trappes à tickets» au Québec.

Restos à l'amende

Carte interactive des restaurants et marchés du Québec mis à l'amende en 2017 pour insalubrité, vermine ou température inadéquate des aliments.

Campfire

Mix and play back voice-acted animal recordings. Made with ClojureScript, React/reagent and Howler.js .

Ninerpaint

Ninerpaint art by Alexandre Rousseau

was a drawing and animation program for Palm OS handheld devices. First released in 2002 and with frequent updates over the following 6 years, it acquired a growing number of fans who contributed sketches, ideas for new features, and, best of all, great vibes.

Bat Baron

My kid loves Legos, flying machines, and Batman. And now there's a movie.

Bat Baron, by Alexandre Rousseau

Sumo

Heavy, nimble, on stage.

Sumos, by Alexandre Rousseau

re-frame

is great. Here is the pdf of a Clojure Meetup presentation I gave on it at Notman House in June 2017.

How colour fluent are you?

Can you recognize these 16 basic HTML basic colours ? A simpler version for kids is also available.

Settlers of Catan

Game results and stats

Petri Dish

Random motion simulation

Roulette

Gambling game simulations cost less. Here's one.

Gravity

Demonstration of an Impact game engine plugin that lets entities exert a gravitational pull on each other. The source is on GitHub.

Roamers

Eight entities, or roamers, are each equipped with a brain. That brain is composed of 4 cellular automata, each programmed to trigger specific changes in the travel direction of its owner.

Maze Generator

Generates a random maze using the binary tree algorithm.

Go

Play a game of Go against a human or AI opponent.

Beeper

Plays a short audio tone at one-second intervals.

Gadfly

Plays a (very) short audio tone at random intervals.