Code. Play. Teach. Learn. Research. Demo.
What is it?
is a global archive of
user-submitted programs ("Worlds") that run in the browser.
- Worlds may be for humans to interact with
(games, research demos, business demos).
- Or Worlds may be for other programs to interact with
(teaching exercises and students' answers,
research problems and solutions).
We support physics, and import of 3D models.
- No install.
Worlds run in the browser.
Worlds can be edited in the browser.
- Worlds can be "cloned" and modified by other users,
in a new type of "social coding".
- It runs on mobiles, with no install.
You can write mobile games.
You can play on the bus.
You can code on the bus.
- Running Worlds can be embedded on other websites.
Types of users
We envisage three types of users:
- Programmers who write Worlds.
- Users who run Worlds.
- "Tweakers" who cannot program
but might be willing to change a few lines of the code written by the programmers.
What's the worst that could happen?
What will it become?
aims to become:
- One of the most fun places in the world to code.
- One of the best places online to show off your portfolio of code to employers.
- A platform for teaching, from kids to adults.
- A platform for AI and other Computer Science research.
- A vast archive of useful algorithms and subroutines that can be called in situ.
- A vast archive of user-submitted browsable games.
A place people will come to
to look for new games.
- A very social and immediate way of coding.
As soon as you press "Save", your friend can press "Run", even before you do.
There is no intermediate upload or download step.
- A way of bringing real coding to the masses.
- A way of empowering a new type of user - the "tweaker".
Desktop, tablet, mobile
Ancient Brain runs in the browser
and adapts to your device size.
No app is needed.
It should work in your browser on most devices
- desktop, tablet and mobile.