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Author: Paradigm 29

Group: Work in progress

Filesize: 283.67 kB

Date added: 2009-03-22

Rating: 9

Downloads: 4375

Views: 5036

Comments: 25

Ratings: 43

Times favored: 3

Made with: Phun

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A screen made up of different changing colors displays patterns as a reader travels across the command line at the bottom. pretty neat.

Update1
I sped up the reader, added a little more length to the scene, and smoothed out the colors so that it's more pleasing to the eyes rather than a seizurefest.

Update2
Smoother and more colors...

EDIT
Moved to work in progress. Doesn't really deserve to be front page anymore as it's not so special now:)
Last edited at 2009/09/25 03:59:14 by Paradigm 29
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Amazing 10/10 :tup:
OMG WITH THIS TECH, u could spend more time on more pixels, and a more complicated picture, or maybe i could learn how to do the scripting... you could create a TV SCREEN:o
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:tup: 8| _o_
Cooler than I imagined it would be when you described what you where making. auto 10/10
lol, what JaXNash said.
Nun
Paradigm29 is my master_o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_
Hmm, I got an idea.
I'll post it later on the PoC forums
Wow. Simply wow.
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That sir...

Was BL00DY brilliant!!
Last edited at 2009/03/23 15:59:49 by Im Phunny
Oh my... :o 10/10
Oh, why I can't make it on my scenes???)|( I changed the onCollide variable on my detector and the color variable on the other shape I used, but)|( it doesn't work! That's what I did:
I put this code in the onCollide variable: (e) => {scene.my.color1 = e.other.color}
Then I put this one in the other shape's color variable: {scene.my.color1}
After entering every code I pressed enter; then I closed both variables windows and I tried to run the simulation... Nothing happened! I went back to look at the variables: the onCollide one was still (e) => {scene.my.color1 = e.other.color}, but the color one set itself to [0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0] :cry:
Am I doing something wrong?
Last edited at 2009/03/23 20:07:50 by =ROD=
@=ROD= : Make sure that you open up your console and type: scene.my.color1=[0,0,0,1]

When you press enter the console should come up with: [0,0,0,1]

Now you should be able to use that variable to enter all of the codes exactly the way you described above and it should work.
Last edited at 2009/03/24 12:00:56 by Paradigm 29
Very nice!
eehh i think you ARE the master of phun_o_
cool, why the wierd shape?

Make a movie :)
Thats so cool but why that shape?


props_o_
Last edited at 2009/06/22 20:10:40 by 0danman0
wowza...

TV FTW!!!!
SUPER AUVTOR RESPECT!:bonk:
Wow! :+
I've undertand the mechanism.. its just :x FUCKING AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! _o_
You Are The New God !!!

One more thing : i'm making a version who have a 3X5 pixels
Last edited at 2010/08/23 19:13:55 by l3coyott3
...:huh:
it is still on the front page of the 'popular' page, so it was pretty much useless to move it to work in progress
I thought I was near-incapacitated drunk when I saw this... But I was wrong... Yeah, it's weird. Playing Phun while drinking so much alcohol you're about to fall unconscious...
Last edited at 2010/12/19 19:14:01 by DC-Roussey
How??!
How Man how?
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