By Jenn Turner

March 8, 2023

Last month on Glitch, the February 2023 edition

Just like Danny DeVito, February is always short and sweet so once again we find ourselves with another month of Glitch projects to share with the community. Real quick, in Glitch news the Eleventy starter app was updated to use version 2.0.0 and it continues to be our favorite way to get an Eleventy site going quickly!

Last thing—did you know that Glitch is on Follow us over there to get updates and maybe, just maybe, a sneak peek at our monthly newsletter (maybe). Otherwise, let’s take a look at all of the cool things the Glitch community built in February!

**💖 February on Glitch **

This is SO cool! 😎Someone shared this Three.js audio reactive shader in the community forum using their open source tool Shader Park and they host their core examples on Glitch!

This is the story of how code saved an end of life game controller with a little help from WebHID, the Gamepad API and Glitch.

~piano-genie, while not new, is making the rounds again! Created by @notwaldorf, it’s an intelligent controller that maps 8-button input to a full 88-key piano in real time!

Join us in learning about alternatives to policing in the United States with this interactive guide, created by the @seattle-abolition-support team.

*If you need more Daleks in your day-to-day life, check out this VR experience created by @bobarke.

Thanks to @blippypixel you can confidently attempt to balance your levels in VR with this virtual mixing board ~music10000ar.

Brunch plans or pizza parties will be that much easier to plan with ~middle-point-calc, created by @idobackup1 which helps find the middle point of up to 5 locations to meet up with friends!

Craving a first person space experience? ~opening-scene by @iamrishav2006 hosts 4 different 3d astronaut journeys for you to embark on!

*This recreation of a sunset in Cinta Costera created by @rosapark0328 in ~cinta is so charming that we really want to go there.

~at-tumblr-links is a tool that converts Tumblr links back to their original permalinks so the original previews load when they’re shared on social media.

It’s always neat to see Glitch pop up in new places, like this project ~3d-model-embed-html simulating the foundations of asphalt roadways featured in an article touting the benefits of plastic roads over asphalt.

Follow us on the fediverse at @[email protected] where you can share Glitch projects or playlists you built or love and want us to feature! You can still send them to us via the community forum, tweet them to us @glitch or email [email protected]—we’d love to see your work in our next roundup!

The project featured in this post’s header image is ~cloudwatching created by Chia Amisola and is part of a wider series of simulations titled, When We Love.