Tarek Sherif

Hello and welcome!
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A bit about me...
The BioDigital Human is a virtual 3D body that brings to life thousands of medically accurate anatomy objects and health conditions in an interactive web-based platform.
BrainBrowser is JavaScript library exposing a set of WebGL and HTML5 canvas-based tools for visualizing 3D neurological data within a web browser. The source code for BrainBrowser is available on GitHub.
CBRAIN is a distributed compute platform connecting neuroimaging researchers to distributed data stores, analysis tools and high performance computing centers across Canada and globally. The source code for CBRAIN is available on GitHub.
PicoGL.js is minimal WebGL 2-only rendering library. It's meant for developers who understand the WebGL 2 rendering pipeline and want to use it, but with a more convenient API.
WebGL 2 Examples is a collection or rendering algorithms implemented in raw WebGL 2. It's meant as a pedagogical tool to help developers familiarize themselves with the new API.
nano-server is an ultra-lightweight node.js HTTP server for web development. It has no dependencies on external libraries, attemps to set the Content-type header for browser-relevant files and will send gzipped versions of files if they are available.
ScrollEm is JavaScript library for creating scrolling animations on a web page. It allows the developer to make numeric CSS properties vary based on the current vertical scroll position of the page. ScrollEm was used to build this web site.
In Gaza is an interactive memorial to the Gazans killed during Israeli Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014. It was developed in collaboration with Kevin Lo and uses data from the open-source Gaza Data project. The source code for In Gaza is available on GitHub
Climb is an HTML5 minimalist vertical platformer featuring music by Nadir Bellahmer. It is available to play on Newgrounds and Kongregate. Climb was built using the tgame and oFactory JavaScript libraries. The source code for Climb is available on GitHub.
Red Square was created during the 2012 Qu├ębec student protests to express the feeling of an organized, organic chaos and the power dynamic between protesters and the police. It is available to play on Newgrounds.
That's about it...
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Seriously, that's it.
You can go now.
Stay if you want. I'm out of here.
Ok, fine. Here's a puppy.