So for today’s experiment I’m moving all the code over to P5.js so that we can give the user some more control! This one is really best if you try it yourself, but the quick overview is that you can now
1. Give your poem a title
2. Which will then create a canvas for you with your title, next to the original poem
3. So you can move and drag words over to your canvas and make your own poem
4. And then you can drop an image on to your canvas to make it the background of your (re)Created Poem. (you can also drop the image on your canvas before brining the words over if you want)
5. Take a screen shot of your (re)Created poem and post it to social media with the hashtag #languagerecreation
You can check out the video below for an example and or try it for yourself! Please check it out, and if you make something you like, or are willing to share, please post it to social media with the hash-tag #languagerecreation and lets make some poetry with and about the wor(l)d(s)![/cs_text][x_button size=”global” block=”true” circle=”false” icon_only=”false” href=”http://www.danielsilber-baker.com/reConstructingPoetryp5/” title=”” target=”” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover” info_content=””]Try it yourself[/x_button][x_line style=”border-top-width: 1px;”][x_raw_content]
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