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Haeberli:1989:D (Article)
Author(s)Haeberli P.
Title« Dynadraw »
JournalGrafica OBSCURA
Year1989
URLhttp://www.graficaobscura.com/dyna/

Abstract
The program Dynadraw implements a dynamic drawing technique that applies a simple filter to mouse positions. Here the brush is modeled as a physical object with mass, velocity and friction. The mouse pulls on the brush with a synthetic rubber band. By changing the amount of friction and mass, various kinds of strokes can be made. This kind of dynamic filtering makes it easy to create smooth, consistent calligraphic strokes.

BibTeX code
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         {http://web.archive.org/web/20050308194137/http://processing.org/exhibition/dynadraw/},
  month = jul,
  author = {Paul Haeberli},
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  url = {http://www.graficaobscura.com/dyna/},
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  journal = {Grafica OBSCURA},
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  abstract = {The program Dynadraw implements a dynamic drawing technique that
              applies a simple filter to mouse positions. Here the brush is
              modeled as a physical object with mass, velocity and friction. The
              mouse pulls on the brush with a synthetic rubber band. By changing
              the amount of friction and mass, various kinds of strokes can be
              made. This kind of dynamic filtering makes it easy to create
              smooth, consistent calligraphic strokes.},
  title = {Dynadraw},
  optnumber = {},
  year = {1989},
}

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