Published by: Bill (R&D, SpecialEffect) on 18th Aug 2010 | View all blogs by Bill (R&D, SpecialEffect)
PC (opens in a browser) - Hakim El Hattab
Another Chrome Experiment, but pretty much a finished article. Use pointer control and a double-click to create new nodules, then drag them to reposition them. The sound they make depends upon proximity and positioning.
Keylight plays a bit like a three-dimesional, free form tonematrix. And in the same way it rewards experimentation. Very different though is the ease of making a harmonious composition, which is still proving elusive (see video) at time of publishing!
Due to the freedom the activity promotes, Keylight can be accessed using any pointer input which can implement a double click and a drag function including those with good eye-gaze pointer control. There is no time element required to complete tasks and compositions can be saved to be edited or accessed at another time by copying the URL.
Give it an try here (Google Chrome required).