Posts Tagged ‘cube’
Friday, July 24th, 2009
I’m back to dots again. This time I’m stacking them in an orderly cube, and with the random palette some of them look pretty darn good.
I can’t get this one exported into anything usable in a browser for some reason; the applet that Processing creates just doesn’t want to run. I suspected the photos I’m using to generate the palette are to blame, but after hitting up the troubleshooting guide I appear to be doing everything right. The main symptom (aside from not running) is that the exported applet is only sized to 100×100 in the browser, which is a) wrong and b) strange.
Anyway, in lieu of something you can play with, here are some screen caps:
If for some reason you really really trust me, you can download the native applications Processing generates (Mac OS X, Windows, both around 2.5MB) and play with them on your own system. No guarantees they won’t hose your computer, but, they shouldn’t.
(Use the mouse to rotate the cube, press a or z to zoom in and out — or the mousewheel, but that’s buggy — and you can kind of drag it up and down to reposition, though that doesn’t work well either. Hit the spacebar for a fresh palette. Oh, and s will save out a PNG of the current frame if you’re so inclined.)