September 19, 2010
Floating Bubbles follow the mouse.
Click to erase and start over.
This is an experiment in playing with classes and objects. The buildings, cars, and movement were all built through classes.
Click withing the traffic light to change the light from green to red.
This is another sketch for my processing course at NYU's ITP.
In this sketch the rain speed responds to the mouseX location. But you have to press 'r' to trigger the rain.
if you click 'p' you can fly a plane around the screen.
if you click the mouse, clouds will appear for a moment.
Any other key will 'clear the sky.' But, of course, it will stay nice and "Seattle" gray.
This is a test where Stepen and I were playing with syncing our arduino boards to processing.
If you put a sensor into your analog 0 pin of your arduino, it will change the background and fill color of the shapes.
Meanwhile mouseX and mouseY determine the position and size of the ellipse or rectangle
This is a quick sketch for my processing class at NYU's ITP.
-Click the mouse to draw clouds, that will fade away over time.
-Press Space Bar to Clear the sky, and have clouds fade away faster.
-Press 'r' to make it rain.
-Press any other key to go back to drawing the clouds.
Note: some of the interactive features have problems in Google's Chrome Browser
This is a sketch created for Introduction to Computational Media, at NYU's ITP program
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