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  • 2010-08-17 @ 10:18 am   |  Comment and Gallery Post
    by Daniel Iturrizaga
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    Here you can play around with the sketch:

    http://openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=11232

  • 2011-02-11 @ 2:31 pm   |  Comment by martin

    Hallo,

     

    ich habe die neueste Processing version 1.2.1 und bekomme beim versuch den code zu starten folgende fehlermeldung: "the package "controlP5" does not exist. You might be missing a library" Bin neu in Processing! Kann das sein das die Pfade in der neueren Processing version anders "funktionieren"? Ich habe die "Generative-Design-Code-Package" und "generativedesign" libraries im Documents/Processing Ordner? Habe aehnliche Probleme mit allen Anderen _Tool Beispielen aus dem Generative-Design-Code-Package. Danke fuer jegliche Hilfe

  • 2011-02-11 @ 2:42 pm   |  Comment by martin

    SORRY - found the problem, forgot to download missing library!

     

  • 2012-05-01 @ 5:44 pm   |  Comment by simon

    hey!

     

    I have started to work with processing recently and I have been trying to find codes to export lines or curves to a obj file. In the example above I would like to export the agent points as curves to work with it in another programme like maya.

    Is that possible?

     

    simon

  • 2012-05-02 @ 10:42 am   |  Comment by Benedikt Groß

    hello simon,

     

    yes this is in principle possible ... "only" problem is to write the position data in an valid obj syntax to a file.

     

    have you ever tried to open a obj file in a texteditor? is it plain text? how does the syntax look like? etc.

     

    or is there any kind of scripting language for maya? if so, you could try to generate a maya script with the help of processing, which holds all the position information and copy it via clipboard to maya. might be easier, then to get into the obj syntax.

     

    good luck!

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