Unrelated to Project Hamster, I was trying to get my head around particle systems and friends.
Not that i’m done or anything, but here is a video compilation of the results of these two days:
Code is using hamster’s graphics and easing libraries, as well as pyeuclid library. The examples are mostly ported either from processing or processing.js, but you fill find the credits and pointers as well as bit of explanation, in the code itself.
Code can be found in the newly created hamster_experiments repository in github. Be sure to check it out and see yourself how easy it is to work with it. Checking out and just running the .py files should do for all the examples files too, so no additional installations.
I think i should write some documentation on what there is in the graphics lib, and maybe clean, sort and restructure. But let’s hear from you first.