Just put in the data and let it go. Looks pretty sweet I thought.
Headphones or speakers required. Pretty simple Box2D thing, quite fun until it get irritating.
Source code here : [http://www.pldm.co.uk/music_chamber/music_chamber_sourcecode.zip]
So yes. The ActionScript Dynamic illustration again. This time it’s got a user-defined path. I built a simple, very user unfriendly interface to draw a line (It’s the wiggle actually) which captures the xml. Then when you go to the dynamic movie which attaches the balls it looks for the co-ords and drops them randomly around that line, getting small the further from the start point. Then draws a kinda of angry looking bunch of lines which follows the direction of the flow.
Click here to draw your own path : http://pldm.co.uk/blog/as-il/createpath/createpath.html
Or click here for a previously draw path: http://pldm.co.uk/blog/as-il/previewPath.html
FLA needs tidying. But will be up here shortly.
Here’s some more results:
So, inspiration from Joshua Davies who I saw at Flash on the Beach. If you haven’t seen his work go here: http://www.joshuadavis.com It’s pretty awesome. My little experiments are nothing in comparison. However I was kinda pleased with the outcomes. I made them orange and brown of course.
Click the thumbs for larger pics.
Here’s the swf online to play with: http://pldm.co.uk/blog/as-il/preview.html
And here’s the FLA: http://pldm.co.uk/blog/as-il/number2.zip