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  1. Babysmash HTML5

    A HTML5 implementation of Scott Hanselman's Babysmash (http://www.hanselman.com/babysmash/) program.

    It won't be 100% as you can't block control characters such as the Windows Control Key, and others depending on the browser, but it'd be an interesting attempt.
    However, looking into Mozilla's Prism and other "website-as-app" utilities might prove useful.

    Redo it using HTML5 canvas and media, make it scale, etc - good for other devices.

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    • AR Game for Conferences

      A phonegap game built on HTML5 which reports back all users logged in GPS co-ordinates, so you can find other people on it?

      How precise is the GPS/what games could you do around it, what could you add to the environment etc?

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