I have noticed lately that a ton of browsers are really making it very very difficult for Java applets to run on websites. I feel like it is no longer pays to showcase my work in this way, I mean how much do you trust a website that makes you click through three Java and browsers warnings about how harmful applets can be and why you should be wary? Anyway, with that in mind, I need to ditch them… I will be actively porting my old processing applets over to processing.js however there isn’t 100% compatibility, so sadly, that means some of my old work will no longer be accessible. Long story short: sorry for the broken links!
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"Processing seeks to ruin the careers of talented designers by tempting them away from their usual tools and into the world of programming and computation. similarly, the project is designed to turn engineers and computer scientists to less gainful employment as artists and designers."(via bruno-bianchini)
— Ben Fry and Casey Reas
Working on iOS/OpenGL ES
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Yancy Way, known as echophon, lives in Seattle, Washington. He began creating animated and generative art just under a year ago but had been drawing and painting before that. To Yancy, art is a vital human experience, a universal language. Yancy is inspired by nature, ancient cultures, geometry, design and modern art. He creates his art using Processing with the HYPE Framework, though he will occasionally use other tools and mediums.
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