For my final portfolio, I chose four of my projects that I felt needed improvement or received lower than 6 points. To see each revised project, go to “Creative Coding Portfolio” in the main menu and choose a project from the dropdown menu. Here, I will go through my revision process and reflect on my
For my final project, I chose to use 3D printing and LED lights connected to a watch battery to create a lamp. At first, I was just going to design a lamp shaped like a box, with an open top and designs in the sides for the light to come through. After starting my design
For my remix project, I chose to use the text of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility to appropriate into a 8-lined poem. To do this in python I used textblob, which allowed me to assign each word in the text to a part of speech tag, then create lines from random words of a certain p.o.s.
https://editor.p5js.org/oprice/sketches/r1MlcACCm For my clock project, I decided to use elements of nature to show the passing of time. The sun moves across the screen, with its horizontal movement mapped to the current minute. The flower, which I made using rotate() with ellipses, moves its petals in an abnormal circular pattern with each second, and it
GrimmLockeTales- PDF For our NaNoGenMo project, I created a novel that combines Grimm’s Fairy Tales and John Locke’s Second Treatise on Government. I chose these texts from Project Gutenberg because I am familiar with both of them from history classes, and I thought combining them would create an interesting output with the vastly different themes,
For my project, I used the Hummingbird board and CreateLab Visual programmer to create a light up Christmas tree that spins around. My concept was to hook LED lights, a spinning motor, and a light sensor to the board. When the light sensor detected darkness, the lights would come on an the tree would spin.