January 25, 2012
A good example of how to see retrograde motion between the earth and another planet.
A Submarine Game By Joshua Moody
This is still in the works
Isn't ideal to run on OpenProcessing so copy the code into Processing to use.
A fun visualizer tied in with the Mouse
Click Mouse: changes suns direction
Press J: Snow
Press K: Rain
Press L: Tornado
Thank You: Paul Way, Henry Oman, Alexzandra Morris & Wyatt Tarabochia
Music: Badlands by Bruce Springsteen
Note: *If the program lags a lot copy the source code and play through processing.
A mix of 3-D and sound to create a visual beat.
Text utilizing 3-D recreates the iconic opening from the Star Wars movies.
The Classic game of Pong, hit-tests and Key-pressed functions F.T.W.
A classic game with and Arraylist
Although not O.O.P. this sketch runs many functions and loops to still create the ever so popular game of Crosshair
A distance formula helps keep all bubbles outside the scope invisible while a fun little loop keeps the submersible fun going on and on
Random lines with a cool transparencies
Angular Movement and a nice array with classes
An array and a loop make simple dots look like winter wonderland
Demonstrating a few nice features included in processing such as "degrees to radians" and angular movement
Finding the location of pixels in the array of a picture allows you to do a few neat things, including this, making the color 10X the pixel size
Rotation and Lighting in 3-D
An easy way to understand fonts, how they work and how to make them move
A function that lets you place a target on screen and determine how many circles appear in it.
With a simple loop, a few characters used in an array, some Y movement and a fun color scheme you've got the Matrix
Note: *OpenProcessing doesn't have camera support so copy the source code into processing for some fun invasions of your desktop
can you find the moody ghost?
Small fish eats small fish and then bigger fish