Category Archives: javascript

Bokeh calculator (interactive)

If you don’t want to do all the math in the the math of bokeh post yourself, you can just enter your data into this here little applet and get your results much quicker.   bokeh (disk) size: 0mm relative bokeh size: 0% (as fraction of sensor height)  

Adventures in JavaScript: Number Bases

Here’s just a quick little JavaScript that will convert numbers between different bases. It grew out of the idea that numbers in a system based on π would be much more useful in engineering that the regular old ones. Well, just because one can do it doesn’t mean it’s a good idea, but it was […]

Adventures in JavaScript: Humidity

You thoroughly air out your rooms during winter time and watch the humidity inside drop in the process (provided you own a hygrometer). But where will it stop? This little gadget will tell you. Just enter the outside temperature and humidity and the temperature the air will be heated up to inside.   References [1] […]

Summer of Code

Dabbling in JavaScript has been my new pasttime for the last few weeks. After a lot of poking in the dark trying to customize my TiddlyWiki, I thought that I could use my newfound JavaScript powers to make more useful stuff. So I sat down and wrote a bunch of scripts that add features to […]