Proccessing

Image Manipulation with Processing

In developing my understanding of the techniques used in Processing I was introduced to the idea of Method Overloading, a feature found in Java. Method Overloading allows a class to have two or more methods with the same name as long as their argument lists are different (Beginners Book 2014).

Whilst practicing the techniques I went on to experiment with the use of Agents and Arraylists. In doing so I created an image manipulation, which becomes more detailed as it develops with the overlay of multiple rect() shapes. I started off with creating a defined agent, as shown below and then defined its’ characteristics and applied those characteristics to a chosen image.

Screen Shot 2014-10-31 at 09.55.28

flower

Screen Shot 2014-10-31 at 11.30.38

References

Beginner’s Book, 2014. Method Overloading in Java with examples[online]. Beginner’s Book. Available from: http://beginnersbook.com/2013/05/method-overloading/ [Accessed 14th November 2014].

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