Today, the Chrome team highlighted a super-trippy demo by German computer science grad student Felix Woitzel, which uses WebGL to simulate the movement of crazy, colorful fluids using patterns modeled by the great mathematician Alan Turing. You can tickle it with your mouse, and it moves.
If you've got Chrome (or another browser that supports WebGL) and a computer that can handle it, you ought to check this out.
For those whose systems can't or won't handle it, here's an extreme slow-mo video taken on my MacBook Air, which doesn't much like doing WebGL Turing patterns and video screen captures at the same time:
Happy Friday, everybody.