I saw a couple of new Processing developments and I though I will wrap them up into a post. Here they are:
Alasdair Turner shared a single hidden layer perceptron on Open Processing. This is one of few neural networks which can be found on OP. It was published in the Msc Adaptive Architecture and Computation classroom – I’m sure that many more sketches worth looking at will follow.
Fluid Forms Libs and SuperCAD are two new libraries for Processing. Fluid Forms Libs, created by Stephen Williams from Fluid Forms, allows for an export of 3d geometry into .stl and .obj files. SuperCAD, developed by Guillaume LaBelle, allows you to export geometry directly to AutoCad, PovRay, Rhino, SketchUP, Maya and ArchiCad. What it does is it generates a script which in turns generates a geometry in the modeller of your choice. I haven’t gave it a go yet but it sounds quite promising.
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