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JL235
Created : 11 January 2010
Edited : 30 January 2010
System : Cross Platform
Language : Ruby

Circles

some circles, end of.

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It's some circles moving around the display. You can add circles by clicking on the screen.

It also contains a minor explination and the entire source code on it's page over at Project Kenai.

That's about it.

 

Comments


Monday, 11 January 2010, 14:54
Jayenkai
Fast!
Tuesday, 12 January 2010, 01:00
JL235
My framework uses OpenGL for drawing and the update code per-circle is pretty small.