Algorithms for Visual Design Using the Processing Language
By Kostas Terzidis
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: April 2009
Pages: 500

Experiment with design problems to create 3D animations, GUIs, and more

Are you ready to dramatically enhance your programming skills by experimenting with design problems in the digital domain? Kostas Terzidis shows you a series of generic procedures that serve as building blocks for you to test, explore, or channel your ideas and principles into solutions. He uses the Processing computer language to walk you through advanced algorithms and techniques. You'll then gain a strong understanding of the complexity involved in today's design problems as you construct your own customized algorithms.

  • Develop geometric entities and combine the elements into complex shapes
  • Design graphical user interfaces using standard library components and connect them to geometrical actions

  • Process images as an alteration of a local area or as a global effect in the form of a filter

  • Build single and multiple animated objects as well as simulate dynamic behavior

  • Produce the behavior of a 3D object rotating in space

  • Create the impression of a continuous surface out of discrete points

  • Use, connect, and control devices in the form of feed, feedback, and multiple feedback systems

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