Finally released a working version of Longcat 3D. – Compete with friends using the scoreboard. – Post your score and deaths to facebook. – get burgers and spend them on in-game equipment. – 10 unique levels with unique bosses. Android download: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jaboston.longcat3D iOS download: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/longcat-3d/id628273482?mt=8
My first day back at uni we started playing with some Arduino and whilst in the lab I created a basic circuit. Possibly easier than processing. Heres the link to my first Arduino tutorial! Just follow the link and you win. http://fritzing.org/projects/2-leds-2-push-buttons-to-turn-them-on-and-off-wh/
Xtreme Simon has now been released! The website is http://www.xtremesimon.com/ where it can be played online.. It can also be downloaded from the android market at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.stockroom.project.simonx Xtreme Simon is built for multiple platforms and is an abstract 3D first-person puzzle game using light, sound and colour to create a strong atmosphere and to
Processing Tutorial 7
market download page: https://market.android.com/details?id=org.longcat.the.game&feature=more_from_developer&rdid=org.longcat.the.game&rdot=1 facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/LONG-CAT-the-GAME/236916466375581?sk=info website: http://www.longcatgame.com
In this tutorial I show you how to run an android project on your phone. I also show you some basic 3D texturing! Check it out!
My name is Joseph Alexander Boston. I am a student at Goldsmiths University Studying Creative Computing. I am always looking for new projects to adapt and bend around my schedule. I like to take on new challenges and new projects! I have been using and analysing computing systems since 1996 and am still learning more
Jump ‘n’ Tilt is now available for download on the android market.
The game has now been released to the Android market! Here is a link to the app! https://market.android.com/details?id=processing.android.test.e1 follow the video to take a look!
The process of exporting from .pde to .apk may look like a herculean task especially for beginners such as me. I spent a good amount of time researching this stuff and finally nailed it down. So here goes, If you have the app you built in processing running on your phone the you probably have
Taken directly from: https://forum.processing.org/#Topic/25080000000521009 The process of exporting from .pde to .apk may look like a herculean task especially for beginners such as me. I spent a good amount of time researching this stuff and finally nailed it down. So here goes, If you have the app you built in processing running on your phone
In this tutorial we cover the basics of 3d rendering in processing and animated some boxes. the material for this tutorial is at this address: http://www.jaboston.com/tutorials/Tutorial_5
The Second Tutorial video of a series of Processing Tutorial Videos. In this tutorial video we cover basic shapes and how to manipulate them. A few functions such as beginShape(), endShape() and variables such as mouseX and mouseY are covered. The Shapes rectangle, ellipse and triangle are covered.
references for this tutorial: http://www.processing.org/download http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-6u25-download-346242.html http://www.processing.org/reference/draw_.html
This projects purpose is to explore the principles of time and space in simple in simple third person games in a 3D OPENGL Processing Environment. In this project we use sound and imagery to convey a space and time warping effect and bewilder the player. We will be externally sourcing our music. I first started
I developed this Simple Android Application for ROKuniversal.co.uk. A quick guide video is shown below.
I just finished the basic core of my game ready for an alpha version. looking for anyone willing to bugtest it!. Please leave comments below! feedback is greatly appreciated!!
here is an example i created of how processing could be used as dance projection lights. This could be a really interesting specific piece of software with a bit of development. Processing Discourse Dance Projection Lights from Joseph Boston on Vimeo. this is an example of the use of minim library with processing discourse. You
This example is using OPENGL to generate a cube. Using the minim library I have integrated sound to make it decrease and increase in size. Below is the source code: /**I created a cube that is colored using RGB values when settings the vertex positions. I am using the minim library to change the size
One of my oldest projects is a Digital Illustration project called ‘The cyberspace’. Each photo has a deeper meaning behind it that it seems, all relating to the same topic; Internet exposure. [imagebrowser id=2]