Perlin Noise in HTML5

Posted by (twitter: @@JacquesYon)
November 13th, 2015 12:40 pm

A timelapse of myself implementing Perlin Noise in JavaScript. This only took me an hour or two (may have lost track of time) so I’m impressed with how easy it is to make a HTML5 canvas game. I will certainly use the language again in the future. I’ve messed with it before, but I have never come close to releasing a proper game. This may be the first step of many.


2 Responses to “Perlin Noise in HTML5”

  1. Great to see you loving the JS!

    There are a couple of good modules for creating noise in JS, https://github.com/josephg/noisejs being one of the best

  2. Will Edwards says:

    :thumbup:

    (and here’s a 3D perlin noise visualizer I use in my LD entries, so you can tweak the values and get a feel for the distribution: http://williame.github.io/barebones.js/ (click on “noise explorer, bottom left)

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