Good evening, fellow designers, creative programmers, HIVE users, and dear readers from both HIVE and outside of it! For today's second last design-based post on my HIVE blog here, I decided to share a tremendously interactive and brilliant animation made with the use of Processing in the Processing IDE by a group of students at George S. Henry Academy, a public high school based in Toronto, Ontaria, Canada.
The following animation mainly revolves around abstract artwork which is divided into several parts with multiple categories of various forms and shades of many colours wandering on and about on the screen in a most formidable way, at least this is the best way I can possibly explain what I initially saw way back in late 2017 when I was searching for some inspiration for my Processing projects at Aalborg University during my first semester there as a full time abroad foreign student (or 'indvandrere' in the simplistic mindset of some former Danes with whom I interacted, that is to the best of their empathetic human capacity) which I subsequently passed with great success, fun, and joy.
Well, that being said and without further needless ado on my behalf, I wholeheartedly recommend watching the following Processing animation video made by a group of students at George S. Henry Academy from Toronto, Ontaria, Canada. Enjoy and keep on programming! :)
P.S.: Thank you very much for all your support, readership, appreciation, re-blogging, and feedback here on HIVE. In addition, if you have the time for it, may you have plenty of fun with the Processing IDE! :)
Last but not least, stay blessed, loved, well, and safe along with your close ones! Cheers and please stay tuned for more amazing content on my HIVE blog! All the best to you all who read this! :)