Category Archives for Processing
Part One (in phase one) of Programming Fundamentals with Processing is 99.3% finished. Calling it done!
Kind of a big day here. I’ve decided to put online what I’ve written so far of my book on Processing. I’m pretty sure this will motivate me to do more work on it. I’m about 80% done with the … Continue reading
I added an entry to my wiki that documents development I’m doing on Processing-based sight-to-sound mapping.
I’ve revised my tutorial on making a thermometer to work with Processing 2 and have made other code fixes and enhancements.
I’ve added a Processing tutorial on my wiki that tries to demonstrate how different kinds of randomness and noise “feel”.
The Java Look and Feel that Processing uses by default on Linux can get a bit wonky. Depending on the GTK theme you are using, menubars can actually become unusable! You can change the Look and Feel to something that … Continue reading
I added some code examples my wiki that demonstrate how to do video capture in Processing using the Capture library. More examples will probably follow.
Something the documentation on Processing’s Capture class doesn’t mention is that Capture is derived from PImage. I went digging into the Capture source code to figure that out: This means all the methods and fields available to PImage objects should … Continue reading
Over on my wiki, I’ve posted a series of examples that take you through the process of scraping XML data with Processing and using it to build a simple thermometer.