the heavy projects

heavy train
[ html5 canvas + javascript ]

Using a 10 second animation, the Heavy Train pulls into the subway station, a ghost Heavy graf artist exists the train, tags the wall with his signature red paint, and quickly gets back onto the train as it pulls away down the tunnel.

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Flash was once the leader of web animation, but it has been slowly dropped because of a combination of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Even though Adobe is still strongly supporting Flash, it is also beginning to embrace the new alternative. The HTML5 canvas element is used to draw graphics via (java)scripting. The canvas element is only a container for graphics, you must use a (java)script to actually draw the graphics.

A canvas is a drawable region defined in HTML code with height and width attributes. Canvas has several methods for drawing paths, boxes, circles, characters, and adding images.

projects seen in:

   vice: creators project
   village voice
   huffington post
   new york times
   sxsw eco
   fast company
   ieee spectrum
   ar[t] magazine
   the atlantic
   ad week
   pc world
   hi fructose
   creator's project
   mobile inc.
   la weekly
   read nyc
   tech mash
   lamp projects nyc
   augmented times
   art observed
   world's best ever
   all city street art
   st. louis biz journal
   the L magazine
   a smarter planet
   trend hunter
   rebel art
   BFG interactive
   the creative report

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