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  • // Code Written By: Chukwudi T. Unonu
    // Date: 02/02/2012
    // ARTT489i - Advanced Digital Imaging
    // Instructor: Prof. Brandon Morse
    // University of Maryland, College Park, MD
    // Made With: Apple MAC OSX 10.5.8
    // Processor 3.06 GHz Intel Core Duo
    // Memory 4 GB 1067 MHZ DDR3
    // "Pushing The Matrix" (Part I)
    //  - Scaling, Non-Pushed Matrix, Pushed Matrix
    //    "'Physically changing the entire coordinating system in processing...'" - Prof. B. Morse
    void setup()
    void draw()
    // Black background
      //Push Matrix
       //If you push the Marix later on, _you have to pop the matrix..._
      //translate will now move it to whatever coordinates you place it
      // "rotate" will rotate at an angle, starting clockwise....
      //If setting without degrees, the default is always in radians
      // Radians Info... via WikiPedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radians>
      //popping the matrix
      //continued onto next "sketch"


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    Sketch 2a (Feb 02, 2012)

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    About: Third day of class, attempting matrix related matters with everyone...

    Note: "'All commentary welcome. This is my first time using "Open Processing" language, but my experience with code is in basic HTML & C++ (circa 1999), and "'whatever the name of that old Apple Computer vector art program was where you had to literally plot x, y, z coordinates and manually input fill and stroke.'"

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