p5.js

Empowers artists, designers, students, and anyone to learn to code and express themselves creatively

We are much impressed by the visuals of onebus at the DINAcon stage, which are partly (and very literally, with a LEAP motion controller) hand-made using Processing. With P5.js it is easy to pick up some basic code-art techniques. Commit to a regular practice, and pretty soon you'll be impressing your friends with your code-VJ skilz.

Check out our Open Edu Days workshop, join us for MountainBytes, and look forward to a Graffathon in Bern next year!


{ hacknight challenges }

Sketch a few shapes, make a basic animation following a Processing tutorial. Just google it!

Load some data, add some interaction or even a game mechanic or two.

Learn what it takes to maintain, and contribute to the p5.js project itself.

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LeepMotionProcessing

dependency -> leepmotion sdk 2.3.1

simple inmplementation of the LM Library by nok https://github.com/nok/leap-motion-processing

grab and move around a textured sphere swipe to spin

press 'r' to reset spinning press 'b' to toggle background

Readme updated

01.11.2021 20:33 ~ loleg

Worked on the pitch

01.11.2021 20:33 ~ loleg

Event finished

30.10.2021 18:00

Asked Bänz for the source code. Processing rocks, especially when projection-mapped.

29.10.2021 22:27 ~ loleg

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29.10.2021 22:25

Readme updated

29.10.2021 22:02 ~ loleg

Challenge started.

29.10.2021 22:02 ~ loleg

Event started

29.10.2021 18:00
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