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1. Cellphone
Hover over the phone to make it shake and click to stop it.

2. Time Flies
Hover over the clock.

3. Shaking Color Block
Colors change and block shakes when hovering.

4. Pattern Stream
Shapes flow downward and when hovering change to a pale green.

5.Fading Pizza
Hover over the pizza to make it fade away.

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% Kristen completed

influence

opacity

weight

distance

subtraction <-- sometimes this one doesn't seem to work but you just have to click around on the square!!

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% elizabeth_s completed

OPAQUE/TRANSPARENT
The black serves as the control. The circles are a basis for comparison.

MODIFICATION
The corners of the negative shape illustrate the concept of modification.

COINCIDENCE
Same form and same size, situated directly on top of one another.

OVERLAPPING + SUBTRACTION
Varying speeds of subtraction/various overlapping possibilities.

COORDINATION
Objects appear uncoordinated at first. Bottom moves left and right. Top box either coordinates itself directly next to the bottom box of rests on top of it, depending on the position of the bottom box. The animation returns to its un-coordinated state.

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% lizi completed

abstract1

OVERLAPPING: This is  a new composition created by the engulfment of one element. The other elements are still there yet hidden.

abstract2new

BACKGROUND/FOREGROUND: The difference in scale results in a different view of what is dominant and what is carrying the weight of the composition.

abstract3

TRANSPARENT/OPAQUE: The original composition manipulated the usage of the opacity to cut of parts of shapes to create new abstract shapes. The new move goes through the act of revealing what is underneath through the shape.

abstract5

ANGLE: this new composition plays off of the idea of creating new and different angles using the same three rectangles that already had interesting relationships with one another.

avstract4new

TANGENT AND MODIFICATION: the basic shapes of the circles were retained but each of the circles can now change into the same size circle with the same borders. The difference in context makes the new circles look like different sizes, but in reality all of the circles turn into the same circle.

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% richa completed

abstract design 1

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abstract design 5

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% dana completed

Composition 1

Composition 2

Composition 3

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% Jonathan completed

Abstract1

Abstract2

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Abstract5

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