Hi there I wanted to let you guys know of some code I posted on Github. This uses maven to generate a blank OpenGL fullscreen listener on multiple machines, all hooked up to a message queue. Then, you submit Jython sniplets of code and each machine instantly starts performing those actions:
This is a little different than processing.py as the interpreter is within the Java and not the other way around. Additionally, the draw function is replaced with "drawlist" ... a list of functions that will be executed on each frame (or you can just put one function in there, and have that function do whatever you like.)
Hopefully you may find this fun to play with on a rainy day, seeing multiple machines all coordinated around simple, functional style Jython code while still using the vast Processing library. Hopefully will be compatible with future versions. Although, you do have to reference any JARs either in the Maven POM file, or at runtime as an additional classpath setting to java -jar ... let me know what you think!