Born in Canada. Raised in Hirooka. Matured in Tokyo.
Shared hexagonal art space. Communicate in colour.
Responsive shared sketching. See what others are musing about by watching their cursors move around in real time. Fun colours
Click on a tile to colour or erase it. Click and drag to colour a bunch of tiles. Have a couple of friends try it out at the same time. Try pinch-to-zoom.
The view of the shared canvas is different depending on the window size. This is intentional.
Tested on Chrome on Mac OS X and iOS.
Express, Socket.io, D3 (including hex drawing sample as noted in source code), jQuery, PinchZoom.js, ColorBrewer.
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Thanks for pointing me at togetherjs, I was actually not aware of it. And yes, your app is rather fun!
Accoring to Ian Bicking (http://www.ianbicking.org/blog/2014/09/professional-transitions.html) the future of TogetherJS is questionable :-(
At least they published the code on GitHub so one could create one's own instances.
Thanks for your feedback! It's intended as a shared art space.
Thanks for the feedback! We introduced the reset to avoid a 3P situation (Persistent Penis Problem) after observing a youthful type of delight some users took when interacting with the canvas. The original plan was for no reset and it could definitely use some tuning.
Thanks!!! Love that you love it!
Thanks for the feedback! How did you measure completeness?
Presence of credit / colophon / instructions /goal on the page, graphic identity where we can find back the name.
Ok got it - we provided this information in the "Judging Instructions" on our entry page (see above). As our description says, it's intended to be a shared art space to explore with no outside distractions!
Yes I read the instructions on this page and totally understand the app. As I am Judging the app itself I think some of those instructions has to be present or linked on the app page independantly of the NKO website.