Bouncing off the Walls

In the second group of exercises from Daniel Shiffman’s book Learning Processing, the topics covered include basic rollovers, toggles, movement from edge to edge, and simulated gravity. I have to admit that it took me about two hours to work through a bizarre little kink in the synthetic gravity part, where the objects would fall down and sometimes just quiver on the floor. Not what I was looking for. I think I solved it. Maybe. I think that the most interesting effects, though, are the ones involving semi-transparent circles leaving traces on the screen. Ooooooohhhh, wow… In any case, here are a few more screenshots and videos.

Completed:

  • Learning Processing, Ch. 05: Conditionals (6 exercises)
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