Introduction

  1. Introduction
  2. Features
  3. More Features in Full Version
  4. Screenshot
  5. Example
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Introduction

Dynamic ART Lite is a graphical programming environment on iPad. It's easy to create amazing artwork and animations with Dynamic ART Lite.
If you buy the full version on App Store, you will be able to analyze interactions and write music. You can also share your creations with your friends with the full version.
You don't need to study complex syntax of computer languages. You just drag and drop a set of blocks and connect them together. It will be a fun way to build your own programs.
It can be used for beginners to learn and practice mathematical, computational ideas and creative thinking.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please sent e-mails to support@dynamicart.uhostall.com.

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Features

  1. Graphical programming by dragging and dropping.
  2. Prgram executing flow control.
  3. Arithmetic operations, simple math functions (abs, sqrt, sin, cos, tan, asin, acos, atan, ln, log, round, floor, ceil, etc.).
  4. Turtle drawing similar to Logo Language.
  5. Basic 2-D sketching (points, lines, rectangles and ellipses).
  6. RGBA and HSBA color palette.
  7. More detailed images on Retina iPad (2048*1536).
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More Features in Full Version

The following features are not included in Dynamic ART Lite. If you are intersted, please buy Dynamic ART on app store.

  1. Multi-programs management.
  2. Sub-block-sequence reuse.
  3. List operations.
  4. Advanced 2-D sketching (polygens, arcs and Bezier curves).
  5. Detect the beginning, movement and ending of user touch.
  6. Play sound and music.
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Screenshot

You can try some examples first. Please click button "Open in Dynamic ART Lite" to import the first example.

Sun

A sun rises on your screen, made of beautiful, elegant curves. It is red and orange, in order to remind you of the delightful days filled with warm sunshine.

Attractive Point: Use turtle movement to create trails with changing width, direction and color.

To view more examples, you can take a look at the Examples.