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Katamari Hack For Chrome (and Compatible Browsers) 75

Posted by Soulskill
from the on-a-roll dept.
skaet writes "Using CSS3 transforms and HTML5 canvas, the Katamari Hack for Google Chrome (and other compatible browsers) allows you to turn any website into a game of Katamari Damacy! The script was created by Alex Leone, David Nufer, and David Truong, and won the 2011 Yahoo HackU contest at University of Washington."
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Katamari Hack For Chrome (and Compatible Browsers)

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  • timecube.com (Score:4, Interesting)

    by Lazareth (1756336) on Tuesday March 15, 2011 @12:08AM (#35487834)

    The very first thought I had was "hmm... website with LOTS of text that I despise and want to roll over and demolish with glee..." Didn't take me long to go to timecube.com

    I'm in your timecube REFUTING YOUR STUPIDITY!

  • Flickr (Score:4, Interesting)

    by friedmud (512466) on Tuesday March 15, 2011 @12:20AM (#35487898)

    It's pretty fun to use in photostreams on Flickr.... all of the pictures swirling around the ball looks awesome.

    Also... if you use it on Google Maps you can kind of actually play a game of Katamari! It really will pick up the map tiles (after it gets large enough) seems to grow extremely fast at that point though.... but I haven't played with the parameters too much yet.

    I've been running it with the max number of items with Safari 5.0.3 on a 17" MBP without any trouble at all...

    Really sweet hack!

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