These sketches start by taking some information from from the UK Government Covid Testing Data and turning this information into abstracted forms.
A basic clock with day of week, date and time.
Distractions for the cat.
Images based on Imaginary numbers.
A variation on flappy bird. Soduko solver.Naughts and Crosses.
A few 3D animations
Animations to help mental focus.
A phillotaxis illusion.
Snowfall, Sea and Sun, and the inevitable Rain.
An example of pointillism. Your photo in dots. Click or touch to pause/resume. Space bar or two touches to retake picture.
Source code is available here: https://github.com/berni421/p5js
Feed the Cat
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