Making my way through the Mouse interaction recipe from the Processing 2 Creative programming cookbook source code on GitHub. In this recipe I learned about the mouseClicked, mouseDragged, mouseMoved, mousePressed and mouseReleased functions. I also learned about the mouseX, mouseY, pmouseX, pmouseY, mousePressed and mouseButton variable. The mouseButton variable allows you to determine if the left, right or middle mouse button has been clicked. This recipe is also the first time an if test has been used. They’re cool. I know I’ll be using them heavily to determine the display or actions in future sketches.
Making my way through the Maths functions recipe from the Processing 2 Creative programming cookbook source code on GitHub. In this recipe I learned about declaring variables and the abs, ceil, floor, round, sq, sqrt, min, max, and dist functions. I also learned how to use the println function to display output of functions to the Processing console window. Good for debugging a Sketch!
For this recipe the Processing window displayed at runtime isn’t used, but I still wanted to use the size() function.
I wanted to draw a grid. Previously, I specified each horizontal and vertical line in my sketch. Totally boring, inefficient and completely inflexible way to draw repetitive lines. So, I checked out the Processing reference on for loops and then applied that methodology to my existing sketch. Tight!
This could be the method to use to draw a grid for the Design or Sew sections of the Sew, grow and mow: An AR lawn art experience.
This probably isn’t the most efficient way to draw lines to form a grid pattern, but this method is helping me to understand the coordinate system. The most efficient way would probably be to use a for loop. They’re next.
Making my way through the My first sketch recipe from the Processing 2 Creative programming cookbook source code on GitHub. In this recipe I learned about the size (displayWidth and displayHeight have now replaced screenWidth and ScreenHeight), setup, draw, point, line and strokeWeight functions.
Evidence of a multinational bank that has taken the time to research the audience/market in a suburb where one of their branches is situated. This suburb has a high Chinese and Korean business community. Each community group would be seen as a potential customers by the bank. With this in mind, the bank has applied some superficial signage around their ATMs. The ATMs didn’t contain Chinese and Korean language options alongside English. This is unfortunate as that would’ve demonstrated a total commitment to the bank’s audience.