Fun with javascript and perception

July 18, 2011

In the process of going through old work files, I discovered this little gem that I had worked on and abandoned last November (it functions, but has a weird error occasionally that kept my perfectionist self from ever sharing it online).

During down time at work, I was handed a Javascript book and told I could bill my time learning the language towards ‘reading and research’. As 8 hours of reading coding manuals is not my ideal way to spend a day, I used some of my time building this widget:

I learned during my first year of college that I have a neurological condition called synaesthesia, specifically grapheme → color synesthesia. Since then I have had to try to explain it to people many times. This widget is my attempt to communicate to people what I see in a more tangible and digestible form.

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