Sunday, November 25, 2012
Dancer - a Processing test
A post on bitCraft inspired us to try the Processing language, a simple programming language for drawing interactive graphics and creating generative art. People have made some really fun and amazing stuff. Your program, called a sketch, can then be exported to all kinds of media platforms.
My program is a tweaked version of the program's own Brownian motion example. I added some cursor interaction and some forces, played around with the colors.
Moreover, I learned how to display the resulting processing sketch in blogger from here. Basically, I had to host the web page somewhere else, and then include it with an iframe.