I wanted to get Java to mix the order of the numbers between -128 and 127. I think there’s no way to do that because the shuffling algorithm would break … Continue reading Fooling Java
Simon says he has attempted a Higgs Field model in Processing, but got more of a Brownian Motion simulation in the end. His code on GitHub: https://github.com/simon-tiger/Brownian-Motion
At the beginning of April, Simon started working on his COVID-19 epidemic simulation project, implementing a number of scenarios (like various degrees of hygiene, quarantine, social distancing), explaining his code … Continue reading Simon’s Corona Epidemic Simulation Code Along Project
Simon explaining his creative coding poster to artists from the Antwerp Art Academy at a small exhibition he was part of last Wednesday.
Simon opened up a genetic algorithm game he built about two years ago and made a fascinating discovery: one of the organisms seems to have become immortal! Simon has called … Continue reading Simon has created an “immortal” organism?
Simon had his first public performance in front of a large audience last Saturday (February 9, 2019): he spoke about his Times Tables Visualization project at the Processing Community Day … Continue reading Simon speaking at the Processing Community Day in Amsterdam
My Times Tables Visualization Poster has arrived! Will probably present this at @CC_Amsterdam @ProcessingOrg Community Day Amsterdam! https://t.co/ChTg0eOLIn
What a blissful day at Creative Coding Utrecht! Simon also got a chance to show a few of his projects in Processing to a cool and understanding audience!
Simon shows his Times Tables Visualization in Processing (Java) and talks about how it’s connected to Mandelbrot Set. See the code with the README on GitHub: https://github.com/simon-tiger/times_tables View the full animation … Continue reading Simon’s Times Tables Visualization
In this live session, Simon continue my 15s puzzle redo live session (“yet again, but I swear this is going to be the last time I do this!” Simon said). … Continue reading Live Stream #14. 15’s Puzzle Redo continued.
Simon has developed his version of the Magic Cards, this time in Base 3. He invented this system completely on his own and actually created a program in Processing … Continue reading Magic Cards in Base 3!
In this live session, Simon works a little on his 15s puzzle redo that he started in his previous live session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixkLFYcb0T0 and programs a math/logic puzzle, checking whether the … Continue reading Liva Stream #13. Math Puzzle: Logic.