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Rain

2015-05-02, post № 24

programming, Pygame, Python, #black, #black and blue, #blue, #chill, #dripping, #drops, #peaceful, #quiet, #rain, #raindrop, #raindrops, #rainy, #simulation, #weather

Inspired by the current weather — my favourite weather, the rain — I made this simple simulation. There are no controls, just look at it quietly and peacefully.

rain.png
Source code: rain.py

Star

2015-05-01, post № 23

programming, Pygame, Python, #around the center, #black, #black and white, #blue, #change, #changing, #circle, #color, #controlled, #creating, #degree, #shape, #shape shifting, #shift, #simulation, #star, #star shape

I had an idea to make a simulation which generates stars. Using my getCirclePos() function, two radii — an inner and an outer one — and a number of points I realized the idea in this program.

How it works

  • \frac{360^\circ}{\text{number of points}}=\text{circle sector}
  • \frac{360^\circ}{\text{number of points} \cdot 2}=\text{shifted circle sector}
  • Using those to sectors — and alternating between the inner (shifted) and outer radius — the program connects the points and out comes a star shape.

How to use

  • ‘d’ toggles debug mode (gray circles),
  • ‘f’ toggles points being drawn (blue points at the corners).
star-1.png
star-2.png
star-3.png
Source code: star.py

Worldwide Pinhole Day

2015-04-26, post № 22

art, #anim, #animated, #animated gif, #day, #gif, #photo, #photography, #pinhole, #pinhole day, #worldwide, #WW Pinhole Day

Get out your pinhole camera and take a photo!

worldwide-pinhole-day.gif
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