April 26, 2004
Rubber Screen

I've added a new Processing experiment to the Incubator: Rubber Screen takes you right back to the Nineties when we all played with Goo...

Posted at April 26, 2004 12:03 AM | Further reading
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holy macaroni, that's a brilliant piece of work there Mario!

Posted by: Peter on April 26, 2004 12:34 AM

wow - there are very few things that can make Mark Ryden paintings better then they already are - but this is one of them. :-)

great work!

cheers
g.

Posted by: g.wygonik on April 26, 2004 02:19 AM

Excellent piece of work. Didn't realize that processing was that flexible (no pun intended).
Cheers,
Sean.

Posted by: sean wood on April 26, 2004 03:33 AM

WOW this is awsom
this would make a awsom water effect if you could got light to shimere off it.

great work

so ah wheres the sorce code ;-)

Posted by: BOT on May 25, 2004 09:54 AM
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