Tag: Processing

Functions, Objects & Arrays in Processing

As part of my exploration of the program Processing, I’ve been trying to work out the differences between Functions, Objects, and Arrays. In this first example, I made a car Function, where I can basically use one Function that describes

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Back to Processing

About 9 months ago, maybe more, I put up a couple of examples of early attempts to grapple with the graphics/animation program called Processing. I was originally trying to learn the program because I’m interested in the possibilities of marrying

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Generative Music – Part I – Tiction

One of the reasons you’ve been seeing posts from me lately about the graphic arts software programs Inkscape and Processing is because I’m in the planning stages of a multi-movement, electroacoustic, multi-media work that I will write for a flute

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My robot is now interactive. Come with me if you want to live.

I also figured out how to make this flying robot loop. This one, where you move the mouse moves the robot, and also changes his eye and tele-belly color. If you move the mouse fast enough, his antennae get wonky.

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Adventures in Processing: the Mouse (and posting Processing Sketches into WordPress)

So, moving on from my robot to mouse interactivity, I thought I’d post my riff on this example from the book I’m using, only to discover that loading Processing “sketches” into WordPress blogs is a difficult affair. Luckily, as usual,

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Processing

I recently ordered Daniel Shiffman’s Learning Processing: A Beginner’s Guide to Programming Images, Animation, and Interaction for my Kindle. Completely different from using Inkscape, Processing is code-based. One of the early projects in the book is to design a creature/character

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Solving an Inkscape Effect Problem with “Path to Pattern” on Mac OS X 10.5.8

I’m new to Inkscape and have been trying a small handful of tutorials I’ve found online. In the middle of a compass-making tutorial, while trying to use “Path to Pattern Effect”, I ran into the following wall: The fantastic lxml

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