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Processing GUI, controlP5

Processing GUI, controlP5
About controlP5 is a library written by Andreas Schlegel for the programming environment processing. Last update, 07/30/2015. Controllers to build a graphical user interface on top of your processing sketch include Sliders, Buttons, Toggles, Knobs, Textfields, RadioButtons, Checkboxes amongst others and can be easily added to a processing sketch. They can be arranged in separate control PGraphics contexts, and can be organized in tabs or groups. → read more. Installation Unzip and put the extracted controlP5 folder into the libraries folder of your processing sketches. Details Keywords gui, ui, controller, interface, user interface Reference. Source. Platform osx, windows, linux Processing 2.2.1 Dependencies none User interface for the 'vulcano generator'. project synthazards, syntfarm. A complete list of features can be found on controlP5's github page. Features Custom FontsBy default controlP5 uses a bitFont to render text. Examples

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arduino meets processing - PUSHBUTTON The Arduino meets Processing project intends to make it as easy as possible for anyone to explore the world of physical computing. All you need is an Arduino board as well as the Arduino and Processing software, which you can download on their project websites. On this website we explain how to: set up electronic circuits with various kinds of sensors, control and measure the sensors with the Arduino board, send the data to the computer, and use the received values to generate computer graphics with Processing. For all examples you need some basic electronic equipment such as a breadboard, resistors, the sensors, and some wires. PeasyCam peasycam v201 A library by Jonathan Feinberg for the programming environment processing. Distributed under the Apache Public License, version 2.0. Last update, 04/09/2014. PeasyCam provides a dead-simple mouse-driven camera for Processing.

The Nature of Code “Don’t underestimate the Force.” — Darth Vader In the final example of Chapter 1, we saw how we could calculate a dynamic acceleration based on a vector pointing from a circle on the screen to the mouse location. The resulting motion resembled a magnetic attraction between circle and mouse, as if some force were pulling the circle in towards the mouse. In this chapter we will formalize our understanding of the concept of a force and its relationship to acceleration. Our goal, by the end of this chapter, is to understand how to make multiple objects move around the screen and respond to a variety of environmental forces. InstantSOUP / Physical Computing » Microcontroller Instant Soup support the following platforms: Wiring Wiring is a programming environment and electronics i/o board for exploring the electronic arts, tangible media, teaching and learning computer programming and prototyping with electronics. It illustrates the concept of programming with electronics and the physical realm of hardware control which are necessary to explore physical interaction design and tangible media aspects. Wiring is an open project initiated by Hernando Barragán (University of Los Andes | Architecture and Design School). Wiring started at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea and it is currently developed at the University of Los Andes.

Arduino goes ARM - new modules An ARM-based Arduino is the next step in the development of this open source platform, but it isn't all gain. The whole world seems to be going in ARMs direction. The latest version of Windows 8 will run on ARM processors and now the open source Arduino platform has a new member - the ARM-based Arduino Due announced at the Maker Faire in New York. Chord Diagram Chord diagrams show directed relationships among a group of entities. This example also demonstrates simple interactivity by using mouseover filtering. Layout inspired by Martin Krzywinski ’s beautiful work on Circos . Source Code

The Nature of Code “A library implies an act of faith/Which generations still in darkness hid/Sign in their night in witness of the dawn.” — Victor Hugo Before we move on to anything else, let’s revisit some of the things we’ve done in the first four chapters. We have: Learned about concepts from the world of physics — What is a vector? What is a force? Window Size and Full Screen · processing/processing Wiki This page covers window sizing with sketches as well as Present (full screen) mode. In Processing 2.0 (starting with alpha 6), there are several improvements and changes to how full screen is handled, as well as much-improved multiple monitor support. Making Sketches Resizable This section only pertains to the desktop version of Processing (not JavaScript or Android), because it's the only one to use windows and frames. It's possible to make the sketch window resizable. To do this, use the following:

PIC vs. AVR smackdown OK, I know what you people want. You want ultimate fighting, embedded E.E. style. You want to know WHICH IS BETTER, PIC OR AVR? Well, I know what side I'm placing my bets on (AVR of course) but for 99% of beginners, it doesn't matter too much which way you start. Regardless, I'm tired of answering the same questions over & over, so here we go! In the last few years, D.I.Y. electronics has taken a major leap forward with the introduction of powerful yet low-cost, easy-to-program microcontrollers.

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