In this experiment, I have tried to experiment the parameter of scale and transparency which is by reference to ‘Rotating Quads’ (Michael, 2012). There are three ellipses will do the effect of zoom and curve simultaneously because of the variation of scale when I press mouse button.
The last experiment is mainly based on the content of this session. But I realised that the number is increasing sequence when I wanted to let them array line by line. It seems that the easiest way is that I can get a try to change the ‘x’ position, and then, it works – the rectangles will move from left to right once I run it. Besides, I also get a try to add the function of colorMode into this experiment from the included examples of Processing.
In this exercise, I mainly focus on doing the exercise about how to change the number by ‘float/int’ and change ellipses’ size randomly by loop function, and I also add the ‘save(“image.jpg”);’ and ‘exist();’ function which was taught by Ping.
Exercise (change the code based on other’s work):
I change the parameters and add some codes that we have learned in the session based on the reference of ‘dashedCircle’ (McDonald, 2011), which colours can be varied by mouse and the shape can be different (e.g. line, triangle and half of polygon etc.) by changing the parameter. After doing several testing of changing parameter of shape, I am satisfied to polygon which makes the background appear linen texture. However, I am not quite satisfied to green colour on this image…!!!
McDonald, K. (2011). Dashed Circle. Available at: Openprocessing, http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/28215/ (Accessed 27 January, 2014).
Michael (2012). Rotating Quads. Available at: Openprocessing, http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/49545/ (Accessed 28 January, 2014).