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 […]