Making things with maths - Steven Wittens

The browser used to be a meek sandbox, shut off from all the things that native apps could do. But now we've grown up, and with WebGL, Canvas, Web Audio, Device Access and more, we have a lot of power at our fingertips. To really unlock this potential and make all this data dance, we need maths.

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