Toxiclibs is a a growing selection of Processing classes created for mostly computational design projects by Karsten Schmidt. 2.5 years of ongoing development the collection consists of: 128+ classes, 18 packages bundled into 7 libraries, altogether >14k lines of code!
Even though these libraries have been mainly developed for use in Processing related projects (see examples below), there is no explicit dependency on the Processing toolkit. Currently available packages include toxi.audio, toxi.color, toxi.geom, toxi.math, toxi.physics, toxi.image.util and toxi.util.datatypes.
With the latest update Karsten has posted some additional information/examples of usage you cans see below. The next step are online tutorials which should be coming soon. To have a play, just download the appropriate package, move the libraries into your processing sketchbook/library folder and load the .pde example files.
The video below is the first community showreel of works produced with toxiclibs.
See also onedotzero.app [Processing]
Posted on: 23/11/2009
Posted in: Processing