Everything you see on a screen is created by colours. I know that’s obvious. What else would it be. But think of a film or a photograph. All the different colours, tones and shades; as many as your eye can see. (But more about that another time.
The sketch above shows a linear spectrum of colours; Red, to Yellow, to Green, to Blue, to Pink and back again.
We have Dave FitMac McDonnagh every Monday (JUNIOR TEENS)and wednesday from 4.30 to 5.30 (SENIOR TEENS)for health, nutrition and fitness advice and instruction. So if you are wondering about the carbs and the protein, or how to do a proper press-up then join use.
We are delighted to team up with Youth Work Ireland Galway and the SAUTI youth project for a very engaging climate awareness and ACTION project. This project is for our Jr Teens and will run Friday 11th and 18 th
Here’s a P5js sketch with concentric circles created using a for loop. This is what happens when x += 50. Change x to += a smaller number to draw more circles closer together. This is called iteration. Its one of the best ways to make the code do the work!
There is a bit of randomness hidden behind the commented out code. Remove the // and see what happens.
This code will let you visually understand how assigning X and Y coordinates in P5js works. This is inspired by a similar visual aid on codeAcademy creative coding tutorials
https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-p5js – This course is definitely recommended.