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Bouncing balls with minimal physics, in Python, HTML5 and WebGL http://vincentpetry.net/games/#entropy
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Entropy By Vincent Petry <PVince81@yahoo.fr> Bouncing balls with minimal physics. Entropy comes in two versions: 1) Python version The Python version was developed using Pygame (http://www.pygame.org/) 2) HTML5 version The HTML5 version has two renderers, one uses the regular drawing functions of the HTML5 canvas (entropy.html) and the other one uses WebGL (entroy_gl.html). I have found out that the WebGL version is as smooth as the Python version with 1000 particles. 3) CSS version The CSS version is using absolute SPAN elements and modifies their position dynamically. These elements have a CSS3 radial gradient applied to them.