Pulsation Feedback


#1

Hi!

I recently made a project, and it uses pulsating objects! How it works is if you look in the code, there's an invisible text moving up and down from y-coords 0-100. The objects that pulsate use the y-pos of the text as the pulsating variable, and then in the objects' code, I divided the var by a number for the amount of intensity the pulse is, and I added it with a certain number for the base size. Not too complex, in my opinion!

Here's the project link.

Does the pulse look good? Anything I can improve on?

Who I'd LOVE feedback from:

Thanks a lot :smiley:


#2

Wow, your project is really cool. I think it's great! Awesome idea. :smiley:


#3

Thanks a lot! :smiley:


#4

@Zachyswag made the original image, by the way!


#5

Really good KJR!! Great job!


#6

That looks really cool, great job!


#7

@Intellection74, I fixed the lag as much as I could in your remix of my project. It's about 1.25-1.5x faster, but it'll have to do. Unfortunately, constantly changing colors causes a lot of lag. https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/y9bqyizm6

If you look in the code, all I did was put the "Set Color" in the main pulse forever loop, and I put the "change H variable" into the 2nd blank text. It does make it slightly faster, though unfortunately, unless you create an image animation, it can't and won't get any faster, unless you get a new iPad Pro. :laughing:


#8

@KVJ and @bluedogmc-official, thanks guys! :smiley:


#9

That's awesome! Good thinking about the lag problem.

Haha. A remix of a remix. :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

Really cool project!

Surprising, it worked on my android


#11

It worked in the web browser? :0


#12

Yes
At first it crashed at first. ..
But anyways I like how it grows!


#13

That's awesome! :smiley:

Thank you! :grin:


#14

Woah... this is so awesome!!! It's is so cool, and really creative!:smiley: Awesome job!! :clap::clap::clap: I love how it looks like it's pulsing!


#15

Thanks a lot! :smile:


#16

Actually, I didn't make the image. @EP125 made it. I was just spreading the word! :wink:


#17

The effect looks awesome.
It sort of looks like the top view of a trampoline when bouncing up and falling down.


#18

Oh, true! Didn't actually think of that! That actually gave me an idea, give me a bit of time...


#19

@Intellection74, I figured out how to make it faster, and it's extremely simple. If it's going 1.25x slower, just make it increase the sine variable by 7.5 instead of 5. How I didn't think of it before is out of my mind :laughing:


#20

@Stradyvarious

It's a trampoline, but I can't get the outside ring to align itself. Could you help me if you can? It's the best circle unicode I could find as well :\

https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/y9edya9cq