"It’s still all ones and zeros!"
We got inspired by this article on Quora (https://www.quora.com/How-could-Googles-new-logo-be-only-305-bytes-while-its-old-logo-is-14-000-bytes) that talks about the Google logo and how it consists of circles and rectangles.
So we set off to validate this inside Proto.io (https://proto.io). Proto.io is particularly strong for it’s interactive UI Libraries but it’s web based editor also offers great support for basic shapes like ovals, lines and rectangles. So we recreated the Google logo using only rectangles and circles and what do you know! It all checks out!
Having done all this in Proto.io that it also known for it’s pretty neat animation capabilities, we went a step further and created a cool animation that shows how it’s all done.
For even more fun you can even import it in your own Proto.io account and edit it!
This is a custom tablet prototype of my take on a popular carnival attraction called the shooting gallery. I wanted to show everyone how versatible and powerful the Proto.io tool is and demonstrate that anyone can make video games using Proto.io.
This prototype was inspired by various versions of the classic game created for mobile devices released a few years ago. This is meant for educational purposes only. Please click on the heart icon below to show your support and leave comments. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have.
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Done to explore setting colors with sliders and some Math expressions. Additional features, should anyone wish to build, would be to convert to HSV space, and to produce Hex color codes as well.
To use colors, in the color controls of an element, replace the #XXXXXX hex code with this: rgb(255,125,45).
Two swatches are provided, since color combinations are more interesting than single colors. Swatches are draggable.