Simon comparing possibilities to create 4D noise in different computer languages:
This project got strangled somewhere along the way, but Simon got quite far with the interface. Hopefully, he will continue some day. he was thinking of calling the editor something like “tiger editor”.
Simon hasn’t put this project online yet, as he wanted to make it more interactive and hasn’t managed to do that so far.
Simon’s new series of web development tutorials: two new playlists How to make a Calendar and How to make Buttons:
Simon has been studying various 2D collisions (via the p5.collide2D library and paulbourke.net), especially the Circle-Rectangle Intersection (Collision). He was so busy with this problem that he even put it down in chalk at the playground:
And on the whiteboard at home:
And spent nearly his entire math lesson today talking about the math behind 2D object collision to his math teacher:
Simon also used Circle-Rectangle Collision for his awesome new Hero Game in Processing!
Simon partially programmed the interactive math functions editor, but it remained unfinished:
Simon has recorded his first set of web development tutorials, about how to create a slideshow. The original code comes from the w3schools.com website.
Simon got stuck in the previous video, but debugged his code in #1.5:
Update: Simon has recorded the last how to in this Slideshow series, about hoe to make the slideshow automatic:
He also created an account on the library website, but couldn’t figure out how to create a new project. We should look at it together this week when I finally have more time.
These are two small videos of Simon trying the D3 library out: