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Due before start of class on Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Task: Create a piece of abstract computational art using simulated Physics or line strings (as presented in class). The objective here is two-fold: to exercise and learn the ability to draw shapes using Mathematical functions; and to use computation as a medium of creativity by creating something abstract, yet aesthetically pleasing. Here are some sources of inspiration:
Specifics: Write a program that draws a sketch that occupies the entire display screen.
In your overall sketch pay special attention to the aesthetic aspects of your design. Be sure to use the programming features you have learned in the last week or two.
Make judicious use of colors (in general pure colors do not result in aesthetically pleasing visuals, except, perhaps, in cartoons).
Your sketch could be completely deterministic (no use of random()).
Design and create your own sketch using Processing. Think of yourself as a creative designer when choosing the topic of your design. Some guidelines:
Make sure to follow the Code Formatting Standards in your implementation.
What to Hand in: