DemoJS + JS pride

I must confess–I haven’t watched any of this year’s Revision entries. So I just found about JS pride, a browser demo, two days ago.

JS Pride

It is the invitation for Demo JS, the JavaScript demoparty held in Paris. But although it is nice and works better than most of the JS demos I have seen already -specially the sound doesn’t click and clip all the time, which is a great improvement-, it is really lacking on the invitation side.

JS Pride

There’s no “splash page” that tells you what you are going to see, or links to the party website. There’s no text whatsoever during the demo–only generated geometries, rainbows and the usual stuff. It’s only at the very, very end that you get to see some text–the credits? greetings?, and then, ONLY THEN! a “DEMOJS.ORG 28-30 JUNE” on top of a building. It looks like reconverting it into an “invitation demo” was a very last minute idea, which is a pity, as there is potential there, and all the time we spent flying between fallen buildings could have been used to display info about the party.

JS Pride

Still, good work–looking forward to see more stuff that doesn’t need a 5 minutes precalc before I can even see a triangle!

And I might even dare to submit something to the party…! Hopefully Chrome won’t release an update that breaks my entry the day before, like past year.