For now users can send a very short message. Planning to keep updating he project.
Test it here
This week, I’ve been struggling with peer to peer connection. After many hours and Abhisheck’s help, I managed to create a chat, that can connect many users.
To call a person, the user must know their ID and use it to connect.
In the meantime, I started thinking of my midterm project.
I decided to work on my last week’s project. I want to create fully working video chat, where the user has the ability to add some filters to the videos and snap it. I was also thinking about creating an online webcam gif application.
I will try to work on that idea as well.
For our firs assignment, we were supposed to
I called the 1st project ‘The synonyms’. It is supposed to turn each word of a given text into its synonyms.
I must say I had many problems with that, since I’m not familiar with using API. Also, I had problem with an array of words, which for some reason reversed their order. Finally, I managed to get something satisfying and get it working.
The second project is a simple ‘Turn your text to Uppercase’ converter.
After a very nice class, when I realized how much
I decided to create a webpage that shows 6 things that I love most (skipping photography).
I dig through my phone, and found some videos, that fit perfectly.
I decided on not showing the control panel and just be able to play the video.
The videos activate when the user hover over the posters.
I still have many things I wanna change, hopefully I’ll manage to fix my bugs soon.
My synchronous website is iScribble – interactive drawing and chatting website.
You can create public or private canvases and share it with many people. In the meantime, you can also chat.
I used to draw there while being in high school. It was a lot of fun back then.
For my final project, I decided to explore the topic of Op art and an optical illusion. I wanted to find out, if we can achieve similar effect, by coding art that is moving, and by coding art that is a still image, but gives the viewer the impression of movement.
Typically, Op artists used only black and white in order to produce the greatest contrast in their designs, since this contrast causes the greatest confusion for the eye, which struggles to discern which element of the composition is in the foreground and which in the background.
But color was also a focus of attention at times, as in Vasarely’s Plastic Alphabet series (1960-1980). The ways in which color suggests space, and the ways colors contrast with one another, proved fertile areas for experiment.
Feeling inspired, I decided to code my own op-arts.
I divided them to 3 groups:
Make a well-designed, computational and generative logos. This week’s assignment is a 1 week midterm project.’
For my midterm, I decided to design a generative logo for International Astronomical Union. I was inspired by stars forming constellation.
I created bunch of points, flying around the screen, and connected them in groups of three, so that they formed randomly changing triangles.
then, i was experimenting with some visual effects, opacities and colors but eventually decided to keep it simple.