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Atom Colors Drifting

Introduction:
Here's another piece that I developed for my talk at FOTB. This one introduces using atomic numbers to assign properties to elements. ~Kristin

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Author: Kristin Henry
Author's comments:
In this piece, cells are created and positioned on a grid. A cell's position is determined by it's order of creation. But on creation, a cell is randomly assigned an "atomic number". This number then determines additional properties for that cell, such as color and speed.

User interaction is very simple: click on the stage to set up a grid, set elements in motion, and starting over with a new grid.


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Click on stage to activate:
first click --> set up grid
second click --> move elements
third click --> clear elements
fourth click --> back to first click state






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