A downloadable tool for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
made this while figuring out how to render geometry onto an XY display, such as one found on analog oscilloscopes and vector arcade monitors, mainly setting the groundwork for a future project.
use the mouse to draw out vector coordinates that are played via the soundcard in real time. hook up your computer's stereo audio output to the X and Y channels on an oscilloscope to render your drawing live.
as of now the visuals on the GUI are just for reference but i may update it with an emulated display based on the audio generated.
hope you guys enjoy!
-create disconnected geometry! no more being forced to work with one continuous line
-much more responsive and stable erasing!
-coordinate 0 is now consistent with all other coordinates, no longer glows brighter than everything else
-no more cursor preview on the scope
-reference display gets wonky with disconnected geometry
-removed pingpong function since it's useless and it causes a lot of problems when messing with it
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