IAT265 Spiral Animation Example.docx

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Department
Interactive Arts & Tech
Course
IAT 265
Professor
Matt Lockyer
Semester
Winter

Description
Spiral Animation float xPos, yPos, dTheta, amplitude, rotation, objectSize; void setup() { size(500, 500); smooth(); objectSize = 20; // inialize the object size; in this case, the diameter xPos = objectSize/2; // move the object on screen to start yPos = height/2; dTheta = PI/200; // angular velocity, or the small amount added to rotation each frame amplitude = 100; } void draw() { background(255); // clear the background by setting it to white each frame // move the object to the center pushMatrix(); translate(width/2, height/2); drawObject(xPos, yPos, rotation + PI/2, objectSize); // draw the object on screen popMatrix(); xPos = amplitude * cos(rotation); yPos = amplitude * sin(rotation); /** Change the value of amplitude each frame to get a spiral. Increasing amplitude, spiral will grow outwards Descreasing amplitude means spiral will shrink. Don't forget to test for zero and stop the increment. A negative amp
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