I created this sketch with the help of an example from the p5.js website, by Keith Peters, titled ‘Bouncy Bubbles’
I modified the bubbles to scatter and speed up when the mouse is run over it and the colours are randomised to create a fun visual effect.
Here’s the fullscreen experience: https://editor.p5js.org/anushamenon/full/FtS_ClXNHu
Here’s the editable code: https://editor.p5js.org/anushamenon/sketches/FtS_ClXNHu
Group 2: Anusha Menon, Tyler Beatty, Purvi Agarwal, Gavin Tao
We wanted to create a playful experience using motion, colour and sound and expand the limits of the screen beyond just a visual experience.
We created a colour wheel using primary and secondary colours on different phone screens. The user could change the colour on the phone screen by shaking the phone, which was accompanied by a ‘rattling’ sound to enhance the experience. Once the users have lined up their phones in a colour wheel they can tap the screen to generate a sound, which corresponds to the colour on the screen. This created an auditory experience that flowed around the circle in the sequence of the colour.
Video Demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1nPVDLM6zk