Dynamic Behaviors in Processing | 2013 January 04 | 2:00 PM EST [-5 UTC]
Developing rich and responsive behaviors from scratch – think of bouncing balls, particle systems, or flocking boids – can be tricky without an object-oriented approach to our program design. Through a series of short presentations and “live” exercises, learn how to successfully structure and implement classes in Processing to create fun and dynamic object behaviors.
This webinar will last 2.5 hours including multiple open Q & A sessions. With two instructors offering guided curriculum and continuous support it is our goal to provide you with an in-depth and personal learning experience. A video of the webinar as well as instructor files will be uploaded after the broadcast – all participants will have unlimited access to the webinar content and this video online. Registration can be found below. We look forward to your participation!
What is object-oriented programming and how do I use it in Processing?
When is it useful to use Objects instead of just using variables?
How do I create a Class and define its methods?
How do I store my Objects and how can I make my them interact with a user?