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#ActualServant of the Lord

Posted 20 September 2012 - 12:14 PM

Anyone else find the raptors?
(Farthest left, between the last stick figures and the radar dish [link to location])

What's the tech used, anything clever?

Javascript, with the image broken into chunks. It streams the images in as you move, which is why the page loaded so surprisingly quickly.
The comic image (with a hole in it) is layed over the javascript'd area nicely.

It is clever design-wise how he made it seem like a completely ordinary comic (and the page loaded as fast as a normal comic), so you have no clue until you read the tooltip and try dragging, not knowing what to expect.

#3Servant of the Lord

Posted 20 September 2012 - 12:13 PM

Anyone else find the raptors?
(Farthest left, between the last stick figures and the radar dish)

What's the tech used, anything clever?

Javascript, with the image broken into chunks. It streams the images in as you move, which is why the page loaded so surprisingly quickly.
The comic image (with a hole in it) is layed over the javascript'd area nicely.

It is clever design-wise how he made it seem like a completely ordinary comic (and the page loaded as fast as a normal comic), so you have no clue until you read the tooltip and try dragging, not knowing what to expect.

#2Servant of the Lord

Posted 20 September 2012 - 12:12 PM

Anyone else find the raptors?

What's the tech used, anything clever?

Javascript, with the image broken into chunks. It streams the images in as you move, which is why the page loaded so surprisingly quickly.
The comic image (with a hole in it) is layed over the javascript'd area nicely.

It is clever design-wise how he made it seem like a completely ordinary comic (and the page loaded as fast as a normal comic), so you have no clue until you read the tooltip and try dragging, not knowing what to expect.

#1Servant of the Lord

Posted 20 September 2012 - 12:10 PM

What's the tech used, anything clever?

Javascript, with the image broken into chunks. It streams the images in as you move, which is why the page loaded so surprisingly quickly.
The comic image (with a hole in it) is layed over the javascript'd area nicely.
It is clever design-wise how he made it seem like a completely ordinary comic (and the page loaded as fast as a normal comic), so you have no clue until you read the tooltip and try dragging, not knowing what to expect.

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