This video recording done with my cameraphone.
A nifty addition to the sketch – everything is inside a big sphere lighted with a spotlight, which gives us a very nice gradient to the background. Hack came off this processing discourse topic.
Windows application is here, Mac application is here. No sketch-in-a-browser for this one. The code is in the zip file.
Yep, and music credits – soma.fm presenting “Urchin” – not the 70′s band google’s throwing in its searches.
Simple yet effective:
A nice way of using lookup tables – tribute to toxi.
No applet for this one, nor for the DLA fractals toy – this one uses sound, and it’s a big hassle getting the applet singed and then making opengl work properly in a browser; maybe in some distant future, i’ll export the apps and upload them. Code available on request – there’s not much to it, though
Oh, and exporting the video using Shiffman‘s moviemaker library.
One step at a time. Discs changed into 3d “+” signs. And now they spin
Now working on oop -ing the thing, and get some more events coded into the damn thing. shouldn’t be that difficult.
This will happen later this evening. Now it’s time for some school work.
Recently I’ve been mapping a 32 channels’ worth of FFT analysis on some discs (that form a cylinder) spaced out in 3D.
It looks extremely good, especially on cliq-hop. Too bad my iBook’s built-in microphone isn’t such a marvel of technology, but hey. All in all, it works and it’s nice.
I’ll edit this post later to post some screenshots. Until then, the code isn’t working in a browser yet, but you copypaste and see it in action, tinker with the params and feel good.