by Jose Sanchez
In an intent to give back to the open source community of processing and also help students to re-visit some subjects that may be unclear, I have developed some video tutorials, please send some feedback to keep improving them. Send requests and feedback to : firstname.lastname@example.org Would like to cover some physics, subdivision, CA, l-sys, waves... we'll see.
by Fun Programming
This series of tutorials start at the absolute beginning: what's a pixel. From there it builds slowly trying to explain programming using very few lines of code that generate still or moving graphics. Each episode builds on previous ones and the focus is not theory but discovering the tools that will allow you to play with code. If one gets interested in programming because it's fun, there is always time later to learn complex algorithms and data structures. Even one does not go deeper, just having an idea of how software is created is very important in a world where software is all around us.
This project started on August 1st, 2011 and new videos are being produced each week.
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I recommend watching related Khan Academy videos as well if you want to go deeper into geometry and math.