Here you can find all tutorials made by guests on TheCodingTrain.
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Particle.io Board and p5.js with Tega Brain15 Nov 2016
My first guest is Tega Brain. Tega is an Australian artist, teacher and engineer who gives us a tutorial on environmental sensing and p5.js. In this video, she shows you how to set up a light sensor with a wireless physical computing platform called Particle. She teaches you how to read the data in p5js and make a basic data visualization.
Web Animations and Mo.js with Sarah Drasner19 Dec 2016
In this guest tutorial, Sarah Drasner demonstrates how to use the Mo.js library to create a smooth colorful “burst” animation in the browser.
Spring Animations and p5.js with Val Head20 Dec 2016
In this guest tutorial, Val Head uses the p5.js library to create a simple spring animation (without the use of a separate physics engine!)
Matrix Digital Rain in p5.js with Emily Xie23 Feb 2017
In this guest tutorial, Emily Xie uses the p5.js library to recreate the digital rain effect from the movie The Matrix.
Brick Breaker with Yining Shi21 Sep 2017
In this Guest Tutorial, artist and researcher Yining Shi creates a Brick Breaker game with the p5.js library.
The Modulo Operator with Golan Levin24 Oct 2017
Golan Levin visits the Coding Train studio for a tutorial about the modulo operator. He explains what modulus means and its applications in creative coding with p5.js and Processing.
Circle Morphing with Golan Levin25 Oct 2017
This video is all about interpolation. Artist and educator Golan Levin provides historical background and then proposes a “circle morphing” coding challenge.
Phaser Game Development with Catt Small05 Apr 2018
Color Predictor with Jabril10 Apr 2018
Jabril visits the Coding Train to present a new project: A Machine Learning Color Predictor!
Kinectron with Lisa Jamhoury11 Apr 2018
Lisa Jamhoury presents Kinectron: A Realtime Peer Server for Kinect 2.
Introduction to D3.js with Shirley Wu15 Nov 2019
Shirley Wu presents D3.js, a library for manipulating documents based on data.