Hi guys,

was hoping someone could give me some much needed advise on the following issue.

Basically I am trying to set up a grid of points (which I have achieved) in which each point moves according to a sine wave. I have attached an image below which shows something I did in a parametric design tool called grasshopper, but I am now trying to achieve the same effect using processing. The way the original system worked was that it divided the grid into groups of rows of points and then altered the position of these points along the y direction using graphs which were basically visual representations of different sine calculations. Because the sine calculation (or graph) was different for each group it created variation and randomness across the grid.

I am switching to processing for several reasons, but mainly because I want to create an 'animation' which shows the grid moving.

Any help would be much appreciated!!

cheers, Farley

was hoping someone could give me some much needed advise on the following issue.

Basically I am trying to set up a grid of points (which I have achieved) in which each point moves according to a sine wave. I have attached an image below which shows something I did in a parametric design tool called grasshopper, but I am now trying to achieve the same effect using processing. The way the original system worked was that it divided the grid into groups of rows of points and then altered the position of these points along the y direction using graphs which were basically visual representations of different sine calculations. Because the sine calculation (or graph) was different for each group it created variation and randomness across the grid.

I am switching to processing for several reasons, but mainly because I want to create an 'animation' which shows the grid moving.

Any help would be much appreciated!!

cheers, Farley

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