Projects and tutorials that keep me excited about the programming language Processing.

31st July 2014

Video reblogged from sktchbk with 3 notes

heinzehavinga:

I’ve been playing around with slitscan photography techniques in Processing. Code for this sketch can be found over at studio.sketchpad.cc.

31st July 2014

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31st July 2014

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lightprocesses:

Growing tree

lightprocesses:

Growing tree

31st July 2014

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30th July 2014

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dxdesign:

playing with processing

30th July 2014

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somavisions:

Useful Processing generative art resources:
Generative art in Processing, Javascript and HTML5, the ‘lost chapter’ from the book Generative Art (excellent book apparently - might have to buy when I have $$$)
Toxiclibs library looks like it has some sweet shaders included in it as well as massive potential for computer graphic art.
 The work of Diana Lange is a great precedent for generative art centred round organic growth. Also the hosting blog butdoesitfloat seems to be an awesome general design resource.
Cool output by wlal - looks to be starting off but producing really rad stuff.

somavisions:

Useful Processing generative art resources:

  • Generative art in Processing, Javascript and HTML5, the ‘lost chapter’ from the book Generative Art (excellent book apparently - might have to buy when I have $$$)
  • Toxiclibs library looks like it has some sweet shaders included in it as well as massive potential for computer graphic art.
  •  The work of Diana Lange is a great precedent for generative art centred round organic growth. Also the hosting blog butdoesitfloat seems to be an awesome general design resource.
  • Cool output by wlal - looks to be starting off but producing really rad stuff.

30th July 2014

Link with 10 notes

Generative Art In HTML5 by Matt Pearson @zenbullets (A Generative Art Lost Chapter) #Processing, #JavaScript #Tutorial →

30th July 2014

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caffeinatedrecordings:

Stripes (Part 2)
This is the same sketch as last night, though I cleaned up the code a bit and made the animation a little tighter.

caffeinatedrecordings:

Stripes (Part 2)

This is the same sketch as last night, though I cleaned up the code a bit and made the animation a little tighter.

29th July 2014

Link reblogged from WebMapDesign Notes with 19 notes

Good processing tutorial videos →

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29th July 2014

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orodobon:

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A logistics equation is used to generate the colour of the lines. There has to be a better way to clamp the values with a precision where one can alter the inflection points. It is also a challenge to get highlights in place. Maybe 3 separate logistics functions for low, mid, highs, should be used.