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PyBubbles - pre-alpha ?

Pawel Krawczak (diavel)

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Description

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCEp7I_AeFM

Just a very simple (and useless) python script. You "could" call it artistic as it's basically a keyboard-controlled interactive animation. May help some people to understand pygame animation. Requires the pygame library.

Controls: a/q - decrease/increase red opacity in background
s/w - decrease/increase green opacity in background
d/e - decrease/increase blue opacity in background
f/r - remove/add bubbles (kills fps quick)
g/t - decrease/increase bubble size
up/down - increase/decrease vertical movement
right/left - increase/decrease horizontal movement
Colours of bubbles are chosen randomly and are constantly randomly changing (+-10) between 0 and max value which is set by asd/qwe keys.

 

There is also 2.5Dimension version with different controls and somewhat 3D spacce.

Changes

small demo

Links

Home Page: http://pybubbles.sourceforge.net/
Source: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pybubbles/files/bubbles.py/download

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Releases

PyBubbles - 2.5 Dimension - Nov 27, 2010
PyBubbles - pre-alpha ? - Nov 24, 2010

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March 10, 2011 12:43pm - Zachariah Callaway - nickname: (xzcallaway)
A .deb package of Pybubbles is available for download at http://www.dotdeb.com/animations.php
November 25, 2010 8:06am - Pawel Krawczak - nickname: (diavel)
That is exactly what keys mean.

Colours of bubbles are chosen randomly and are constantly randomly changing (+-10) between 0 and max value which is set by asd/qwe keys.

Pygame is great for such programming silliness ;)
November 24, 2010 4:51pm - Hewitt Squared Labs - nickname: (hewitt2labs) - 3/5
Nice little demo, might want to explain what each key combo does. Here's my best interpretation:

a/q - decrease/increase red opacity in background
s/w - decrease/increase green opacity in background
d/e - decrease/increase blue opacity in background
f/r - remove/add bubbles (kills fps quick)
g/t - decrease/increase bubble size
up/down - increase/decrease vertical movement
right/left - increase/decrease horizontal movement
I assume the bubble colors are a function of the background color.

That's the best I can figure. At any rate: nice job!
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