Mondrian pong


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#2

Adorable!


#3

Never been a big fan of abstract Mondrian art until just now. :smile:


#4

The ol’ “Excel sheet with coloured squares”.


#5

Re: Excel art, also at boredpanda.com, there’s a piece on this awesome guy…


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#7

Here ya go, Cory. Enjoy it, improve it…

 

EDIT: Not my work - © 2016 K.M. Hansen, MIT Licensed


#8

You could enhance it by making the various colors affect the ball differently. For instance, a yellow area may speed it up while a red area slows it down and a blue area restores the default speed. If you wanted to simulate those areas as different materials, you could also have the ball refract when it enters each area.


#9

This might be the best thing I’ve seen all day.


#10

That looks like a great screen saver.


#11

I made a Mondrian inspired game for a game jam last year (the theme was minimalism) but instead of pong it channels simon says. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fagerburg.nils.games.piet.free


#12

Ha - that’s great! Really nice work.

My Mondrian-inspiration was in the form of a clock Mondriane the name comes from Mondrian and the minimalist watch-maker Mondaine.)


#13

HappyToast?

His b3ta stuff is really good. He’s always getting front paged.

Good stuff on his website, too.


#14

Mondrian Pong sounds like a great name for an IDM or Nerdcore collective.


#15

That’s a really cool clock :slight_smile: It took me a while to figure out how to read it. Bonus points for the punny name.


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