It’s been four months (July-October) since i learnt P5.JS in RMIT Creative Coding Specialization class. It’s nothing fancy, but i just want to share some of my works.
Random Spider web with recursive function:
I learnt p5 from “the coding train” tutorials. However, I am prefer reading because I am not an audio learner. That’s why most of the time I just read from happy coding website.
I also did some coding with P5.JS for my other class (outside creative coding) to create minimalist interactive.
Simulation game to recreate a rainy morning:
Microgame about pizza:
Aside from P5.JS, I created this filter-like function in with Hydra for my Community of Practice (my friends).
Video demo: https://youtu.be/Sb3WEd5iPx4
Helloo @reilivia !! Welcome to the forum - many thanks for sharing these links!
I’ve just enabled iframes from editor.p5js.org, so we should be able to embed p5 sketches now:
Because the posts are written in markdown, you can include certain html. The above embed looks like this:
<iframe width=100% height=600 src="https://editor.p5js.org/capogreco/full/0b1ejw4Oj"></iframe>
You still need to play around with the dimensions somewhat to get it looking how you want it.
Reducing the size of the canvas by 1 pixel in both dimensions got rid of the scroll-bars for some reason:
createCanvas (innerWidth - 1, innerHeight - 1)
These links that you posted - would you mind if I made some of them into their own posts? @reilivia
the art and atmosphere from another rainy morning is really cool!
this is groovy!! really neat to see other classmates’ work for the first time haha, that hydra filter is really fun to play around with too, thanks for sharing!