I’m planning to create a custom web component which lets you easily embed your fragment shaders into any website for a long time. You can find some (mostly abandoned ones) on github, so this is my take on the topic (to abandon it eventually 😉).

It tries to be compatible with https://twigl.app/, supporting geekest mode and MRT as well (but only 300 es).

See details on github.

WebGL Planet

Sometimes I have the itch to create something that’s not (just) useful, but pleases the eyes.

I’ve started experimenting with webgl a few years ago, mostly in shadertoy - but most of my experiments aren’t public.

This (fullscreen) is one of my favourites. But of course I’m still not entirely satisfied with it.