Please notice that the applets below are divided into different
categories- based on the version of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) the applet is written
If you aren't sure, click here.
Modern web browsers, including Microsoft
Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator/Communicator come equipped
with a JVM. This means that the version of your browser determines which applets will run.
In general, 3.x versions of web browsers contain a 1.0.2 compliant JVM
and 4.x versions have a 1.1.x version. This is currently not true on the Mac however.
These applets should run on any browser that has a JVM.
This is one Bill and I are really proud of. It's an online musical instrument called The Mystic Guitar.
This applet, The Vending Machine, might
seem strange to you, but just imagine what kids of the future might enjoy from a vending
This one, The Photo Souvenir, is more straight
forward. Don't forget to click on the picture!
- Here's an original slot machine called EzKash
developed by Bill Barker and myself.
- This is a full-fledged animated game called Joyride!
also developed by Bill and me.
The 5 proceding applets were developed for the Schwatown
Midway. If you have any problems with that site view emergingmind's
If you've ever played MasterMind,
you'll enjoy this!
Here's a simple applet developed for The Schwa Corporation that let's the user draw
stickpeople or whatever Schwa imagery they choose. (SchwaDraw)
Here's an applet also developed for The Schwa Corporation which retrieves text from a
file and prints it letter by letter in a variable- width, sans serif font. (SchwaText)
Here's a 3.x compliant "toy"
shopping cart which is provided as a demonstration and can work on any Java browser.
The goal here is to gather ideas from users about how a shopping cart could best be
designed. Please send me an email with any suggestions. (email@example.com)
4.x Applets (1.1.x Compliant)
- Here's a 4.x "toy"
shopping cart which is provided as a test for your browser. If this version doesn't
work on your browser, try the
one above. Again, the goal here is to gather ideas from users about how a shopping
cart could best be designed. Please send me an email with any suggestions. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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