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Generative Typography for openFrameworks

An openFrameworks port of our Generative Typography with Processing tutorial is now available on GitHub. The openFrameworks examples are visually identical to the original code examples in Processing. These ported code examples may be useful for people who are learning openFrameworks. In particular those coming from Processing, as they can see what the underlying code, that achieves the same result, looks like in these respective frameworks. The examples are of course also interesting given the range of topics that are covered in them, such as: aggregate drawing, circle-packing, flowfields, voronoi, gradients, multisampling, particles systems, reaction-diffusion and pdf export.

All the examples and instructions on how to run can be found here.

The original Processing tutorial can be found here.