Dodge the Squares (Finals Oct 27th)

For the following final assignment, I tried going for “dodge the square” game by moving your mouse cursor around in the canvas. Originally, I was attempting to have the triangle in the background rotate in animation while having the left and right side spawn randomized color triangles to aim for a dynamic style of particles…

Peer Work (Classwork Oct 24th)

For the peer work, I teamed up with Brandon. During the duration of the class, Brandon and I agreed to try to accomplish code that can get done in time while the codes we are both explaining to each other is understandable enough to make it work. So for the two programs, the goal was…

Class, Objects, Arrays (Assignments Oct 23rd)

HW: 1.) Refactor a previous code project to include at least one function you define and is modularized using a class and object you define. 2.) Use an array to make more than one object appear and do something. Comment each line to describe how the program works and what is different from the original…

Coding Challenge (Assignment Oct 19th)

In the Assignments folder in the class Dropbox, locate the processingA2Z archive. Download, unzip and place the folder into your Processing folder. You can find the Processing folder in the Documents folder from Finder –> Go –> Documents –> Processing. The folder should appear in the menu when you open Processing. There are 14 code…

Checkerboard (Team Assignment Oct 18th)

Update your blog to discuss items covered in class (variables, data types, assignment, and operators). For October 18, the class had the chance to dive into variables, different data types, operations used in Processing, and grouped into teams to work together on modding code that was presented throughout the class. During the duration of this…

Blue Outline (Assignment Oct 17th)

Discuss items covered in class (CLI/terminal/Mac navigation, intro to Processing and initial concepts, etc.). As for the first two days, the class has gone over a little bit of the command line, getting familiar with navigating on Macs, Processing, and career talks. For the command line, it was great to see the option to type a…