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Animating Graphic Objects using Python

Dec 09, 2010, 16:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Ohlson De Fine)

[ Thanks to Naheed for this link. ]

"The previous article, Python Graphics: Animation Principles, starts with examples of simple sequences of a circle in different positions and systematically progresses to smoothly-moving animations of elastic balls bouncing inside a gravity field.

"In this article by Mike Ohlson de Fine, author of Python 2.6 Graphics Cookbook, we will cover:

* Colliding balls with tracer trails
* Elastic ball against ball collisions
* Dynamic debugging
* Trajectory tracing
* Rotating a line and vital trigonometry
* Rotating lines which rotate lines
* A digital flower

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