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Apparently the original effect became "popular" when someone released some code to do fluid dynamics or simulation in WebGL several years back.

I knocked around a bit to see if I could find a decent library but didn't have much luck. I was looking for a straight client side JavaScript library or function that appeared to be up to date and maintained. Most of what I found was several years or more old. Now sometimes this can be misleading as if the code is working then it may not have needed an update for some time. So old code doesn't mean bad it's just more encouraging when it's fresher.

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On 4/16/2024 at 5:03 PM, tuanphan said:

I can't find this effect name, but you can search Codepen with some keywords like this, then share link to Codepen code, I can try converting it to Squarespace Code Block.

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Thank you!

 

I managed to find this:

https://codepen.io/Iseyaaaaa/pen/qBMNEGN

And: https://codepen.io/Elyx0/pen/gbgNro

And: https://codepen.io/collserola/pen/wmbPOw

All similar effects, but not the same...

Is this what you were meaning?

I've managed to achieve *something* similar just using Squarespace backgrounds, but it isn't quite the same. This is the page: https://bastion-ts.squarespace.com/contact-us

PW: bastionts24

 

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