Creating animated rainbows using only HTML and CSS.
A major step in space travel and exploration is upon us. On the 30th of May 2020 at 20:22 BST, SpaceX is attempting the first commercial manned spaceflight. You may not realise that work done at Bangor University was fundamental in developing the mathematical models for flight dynamics and aerospace. A piece of research published […]
Have you ever wondered how the light from a Laser pointer gets from your finger to a dot on the wall?The light is invisible right? Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there… This activity will give you the opportunity to make ‘invisible’ laser light ‘visible’, and also show you how to […]
This post starts you off with Processing. Download, run and draw some coloured lines. The computer programming language Processing, is a great way to start coding. You get a quick visual result from a few lines of code.
Values of Red, Green and Blue colours are used to code colours on a computer. Learn how to create different colours from RGB values.
Understand rainbows, why we typically think it has 7 colours, and make a colour spinner.
Red and yellow and pink and greenPurple and orange and blueI can sing a rainbowSing a rainbowSing a rainbow too. “I Can Sing a Rainbow” – Arthur Hamilton 1955 Play Again! This animation uses d3.js and a small amount of data. The idea is to mirror the lines of the song. First a set of […]