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Untitled 9/19

by Colin on September 19th, 2010

A test to see how much I could build in an hour.

The cells spawn in a random location, first to make sure they don't choose the same spot as other cells but to also give a buffer between the cells. Using that theory, when you see me click and hold in the video, it spawns new cells (the rainish effect). Each cell has it's own unique buffer between other cells. This project also uses sound input and output.
Input controls the anti-gravity force of each cell

Output alerts the user of each cell's pop.

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