By Justin Silverton
The canvas element is a third party extension to the that allows for dynamic rendering of scriptable bitmap images.
It was initially introduced by Apple or use inside their own Mac OS X Webkit component, powering applications like Dashboard widgets and the Safari browser. Later, it was adopted by Gecko browsers (notably Mozilla and Firefox) and standardized by the WHATWG on new proposed specifications for next generation web technologies. Support is also present in the Opera 9.0 browser. Novell manufactures an XForms processor plugin for Internet Explorer, which also provides support for the canvas element. Independent efforts to support the canvas feature on Internet Explorer do not require plugins and are based solely on VML and Google has also begun a project to add canvas abilities to Internet Explorer using the same techniques.
Note: Most of these examples are *not* compatible with Internet Explorer
A proof of concept of a 3D FPS. There is a textured and non-textured version available.
2) MSX Emulator
A soccer game.
4) Plasma Demo
This is a port of an RGB C plasma demo
A clone of the game Arakanoid.