This is basically my attempt at rationalising why 4-bit Webther looks and works the way it does - I have no experience with web or UI design, so this is pretty much just for fun (and highly subjective – "this looks terrible; kill it with fire" is an entirely valid response.)
4-bit Weather was something I started last semester break for fun - it was a simple .NET application that took in a Yahoo! WOEID and spat out four indicators of the weather conditions at that location: hot/cold, rainy/sunny, windy/still, and humid/arid.
The latest, mostly-working version of ISAAC from the development branch on Github can now be found here. This should let you play with the stuff we're working on right now.
A quick video showing some of the things coming out in ISAAC Release 2: camera transitions, object labels, and Velocity/Acceleration lines.
Four months ago, the very first commit to ISAAC's repository was made. None of the code from that commit has made it into the application we're launching today.