I Heart Processing

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    – I'm honored that this piece was used in a Create Digital Motion article announcing Processing's move from Beta to the official Processing 1.0!
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    A Processing experiment that draws 4 bezier curves, interpolates each one, and sends a bunch of particles off along the curves, using Perlin noise to control their paths.

    matt ditton (AKA polymonkey), and 84 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. nikrowell 77 months ago | reply

      @airvent-media - Thanks! Speaking of which, I have something in the works that uses a snowflake and some stars - perhaps I'll try and incorporate this technique into the piece.

    2. I am Morgan Freeman 77 months ago | reply

      Amazing in simplicity. Is there a keyframe option in the processing program where you could export the actual creation of the final product in an animation?

    3. Ashley James Brown 77 months ago | reply

      if u did a snowflake piece i may have to commission you for something for a logo - i produce under the name 'acrtic sunrise' - ill pm/ mail u if poss.

    4. manydereks 77 months ago | reply

      I found a similar looking object in the shower drain.....
      hahaha just kidding dude!
      this is insanely great!

    5. nikrowell 77 months ago | reply

      Too funny! ... a couple other people had pointed that out - and I didn't notice until then - too busy analyzing it right-side-up ;)

    6. fifikins 76 months ago | reply

      I think this is amazing and am considering getting it (or something very similar) tattooed on my back.

    7. ser... 75 months ago | reply

      I went to processing course this week...

      how can I "import bezier courves" to processing...?
      and... can I import processing files on flash!?


    8. nikrowell 75 months ago | reply

      @ser -

      Thanks!. The bezier functions are actually all built-in to Processing - check out the documentation here.
      As far is getting Processing into flash, I can think of 2 options - porting your Processing code to ActionScript or creating a video of your Processing sketch, converting it to an FLV and importing that into flash...

    9. ser... 75 months ago | reply

      thanks for the information...

      I'll see what is the better form for export video of my processing files...

      one more question... you've got a video of this pic!?

    10. nikrowell 75 months ago | reply

      I don't have a video of this one ... it renders pretty quickly....

    11. shannon jax [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

      wow. this is amazing.

    12. ErikFontanel 59 months ago | reply

      Excellent work. Are you willing to release the source?

    13. nikrowell 59 months ago | reply

      Sure thing Erik - I'll PM you a link.
      Thanks for the comments.

    14. d.isaza [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

      this is perhaps the most beautiful piece made in processing. I'd also like to take a peek at the source code if you don't mind. brilliant!

    15. zoulag.3D 57 months ago | reply

      Magnificent.... I saw some videos an images made with processing and I was amazed. I started the learning process the next moment ;)

    16. 华丽的记录 52 months ago | reply

      great!so beautiful!真棒!

    17. 2wid 51 months ago | reply

      great stuff.

    18. nevolution 49 months ago | reply

      Any chance this is up on openprocessing? Or to get a copy of the source code? Itching to have a play

    19. Angel Dark(W.R) 47 months ago | reply

      poderia fornecer o código(could provide the code)

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