Working with Toxiclibs [Processing, Tutorial]

Would you like to create what you see in those videos? Well, read on! Because in this article I will show you how you can do just that using Processing and Toxiclibs. As Processing’s biggest open source collection of libraries, Toxiclibs can assist you in areas like geometry, physics, math and color. With so much code candy for the taking, the libs can still be a bit daunting for many people, especially Processing beginners. That’s why – in addition to great functionality and documentation – clear and inspiring examples on how to use the library are so important. Fortunately the collection of code examples bundled with the libs is growing steadily. I hope my examples can add to that and be helpful to those learning how to use this wonderful collection of code which is shared and continuously developed by Karsten Schmidt.

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