Category Archives for Processing

PixelPlayer

I added an entry to my wiki that documents development I’m doing on Processing-based sight-to-sound mapping.

23. August 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Thermometer update

I’ve revised my tutorial on making a thermometer to work with Processing 2 and have made other code fixes and enhancements.

05. August 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Of Compasses and Randomness

I’ve added a Processing tutorial on my wiki that tries to demonstrate how different kinds of randomness and noise “feel”.

03. August 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Changing Processing’s Look and 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

03. July 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Processing: Video capture examples

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.

12. April 2013 by Mithat Konar
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Processing: Capture is a PImage

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

30. March 2013 by Mithat Konar
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How to make a thermometer

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.

12. July 2012 by Mithat Konar
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