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As we briefly discussed in class P5.JS is yet another framework in Java Script directly related to Processing. Works better on the browser and easy to integrate with HTML/CSS .
The frist exercise to do with it until Tuesday is to translate your clock code in processing to P5.JS.
Due February 28, 2017 Tuesday
- Create a generative pattern using processing with two variables, two for loops.
- Do as many iterations as possible testing out various ideas and functions that you may check out from the references on this link: https://processing.org/reference/
- The size of this sketch may be, in pixels, 1200 x 1200 or higher depending on your screen resolution.
- When you think you had enough experimentations and iterations, using the below PDF library render your sketch into a PDF file: https://processing.org/reference/libraries/pdf/index.html
- Open your PDF file with Adobe Illustrator or InDesign, copying the code from your processing console, design a poster 12″x12″ juxtaposing the code with the image that you created.
- Save it as a new PDF.
Before you start this preliminary exercise, you can explore many great projects with this kind of methodology: https://processing.org/exhibition/
and if you are not feeling comfortable with the exercises that we did in class please follow the below links and go through the tutorials:
We will take a look at this book this week but in the mean time you can go to this website and check out various generative patterns and their codes:
Please complete all 5 chapters at home this weekend, this will provide you with foundations to learn specific design related libraries in the upcoming weeks.