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Who Works With 'Creative Coders?' -
Degrees and academic trajectories that combine design and programming as a way of creating digital media are becoming increasingly popular these days at educational institutions around the US and Europe. Students learn tools like Processing, OpenFrameworks, Cinder and ThreeJS to…
My favorite Jan Hooks moment.
Radial Recursion Experiment 3. Built with Processing.
Radial Recursion Experiment 2. Built with Processing. Code here.
Radial Recursion Experiment. Built with Processing.
Untitled. Built with Processing.
Hofstadter’s Law: It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take into account Hofstadter’s law.
Day 108 #create365 - Physics Animated
For this next set I am going to focus on making animations of physics concepts — today: wavelength dependent index of refraction… a.k.a dispersion!
My background is rooted in math and physics and I also work as a math/physics tutor, so I’ve often though about animated examples in textbooks etc. Beyond animations of concepts, having interactive examples would be really helpful for students trying to learn and understand the concept.
While this is only a GIF, another piece of this project will be to get up and running in p5.js to create and post interactive sketches. I tried to port this one into processing.js quickly but, surprise, it didn’t like it. Rather than spending a ridiculous amount of time troubleshooting that, I am going to push forward with p5.js. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to post them on Tumblr, but if I can’t, I’ll host them somewhere else and provide links.