- Review of Deliverables #1: Embedded Iteration, Intersections.
- Embedded iteration at p5 Editor.
- Intersections solution at p5 Editor.
- Presentation of Deliverables #2.
- 11:15am: Exit Ticket for 8/28/2019.
Exercise 1: Blind Drawing
There are two drawings made by the Professor, Drawing-1 and Drawing-2.
- Divide students into pairs. Call one person of each pair X, the other Y.
- X students get Drawing-1.
- Y students get Drawing-2.
- Distribute blank paper and pens if necessary.
- Pairs sit back to back without looking at the other's drawing
- X student describes their drawing to Y; Y tries to draw it from X's instructions. Switch at a reasonable time.
- Y student describes their drawing to X; X tries to draw it from Y's instructions.
- Pin up the drawings at the end, so people can see.
- Group by X/Y.
- Discuss the results.
Exercise 2: Conditional Design
These exercises are by the Conditional Design group:
- "Beach" by Conditional Design
- "Knots" by Conditional Design
- "Kaleidoscope/Mirroring" by Conditional Design
The first player draws a line. The other players draw a line that goes over and under the last drawn line.
The player elongates his/her line on both ends. The elongations have to go over and under a line of another player and may not go over the line of the same color twice in a row. When a line can no longer be elongated, it is considered dead for the rest of the game. When both ends of a line have died, the player may place a new line.
Each player has one color pen. The paper is divided into 4 imaginary segments, in which a player operates. Each turn a player is either leader or follower. The players decide which person may be the leader first.
Clockwise in turns a player is the leader, for approx. 30 sec. The other 3 people are the followers. The leader draws freely in his segment using only straight lines. The followers must mirror the drawing of the leader, synchronously while he/she is drawing.
The ending of the game is decided by the player who proposed to play it.
Each turn, find the most empty space on the paper and place a dot in the middle of it.