Processing for Android

This is a growing selection of projects and apps created with Processing for Android (ordered alphabetically). Suggest a new project by writing to android@processing.org or by tweeting to @p5android!



APDE

By William Smith

APDE

APDE (Android Processing Development Environment) is an integrated development environment for creating Processing sketches on your phone/tablet. APDE supports the full edit, compile, and run cycle. You don't need a computer or an SDK to start coding on the go.

Links: Google Play, source code


B-RU Receiving message

By Bruno Ruchiga

B-RU Receiving message

A short game about an astronaut with low battery and low signal, searching for new messages. Developed for Global Game Jam 2018.

Links: Google Play


Bug Rope

By Evan Shellshear

Bug Rope

A kids game where the player is challenged by a bug invasion.

Links: Google Play, web


Cardinality of Singular Place

By Penelope Umbrico

Cardinality of Singular Place

Cardinality of Singular Place uses your current GPS coordinates to generate a unique, location-specific abstract landscape.

Links: Google Play


DISOBEDIENCE

By Jean-Michel Rolland

DISOBEDIENCE

Generative music box played live by your device.

Links: Google Play, web


Elements

By LIA

Elements

Elements is a playful application that lets you create intricate patterns, by combining shape creation with movement and rotation controls.

Links: Google Play, Android Experiments page, source code


Fuzo - Time Zone Converter

By rich.gg

Fuzo - Time Zone Converter

Time zone converter app with a 3D interface.

Links: Google Play, web


Game of Life HD

By Eduardo Moriana

Game of Life HD

GPU implementation of Conway's Game of Life cellular automaton, including multitouch support.

Links: Google Play, web


Generative Music Patterns

By Jean-Michel Rolland

Generative Music Patterns

Collection of generative music patterns created at a web residency by Solitude and ZKM.

Links: Google Play, web


Kōan

By rich.gg

Kōan

Kōan is a drawing, most certainly a plan. And the architect wants you to break it. Softly, methodically, the way you would hit the keys of a piano if you were alone and serene.

Links: Google Play


La Révolution des Ténèbres

By Fran Lejeune and Jean-Michel Rolland

La Révolution des Ténèbres

La Révolution des Ténèbres is a science fiction interactive multimedia book, loosely based on the life of painter Caravaggio.

Links: Google Play, video documentation


Lantern

By Nord Projects

Look Up

Lantern transforms any surface into AR using Raspberry Pi, a laser projector, and Android Things.

Links: Android Experiments page, source code


Look up

By Ekene Ijeoma

Look Up

Look Up is a participatory public art app that prompts New Yorkers to look away from their phones and into the street intersections to embrace the diversity and engage in the serendipity of the city.

Links: Google Play, Android Experiments page, source code


Material Life

By Juanky Soriano

Material Life

Material Life is the first Game of Life simulator making use of Material Design practices in our Android Devices. Uses Rainbow, a fork of Processing for Android, for drawing.

Links: Google Play, Android Experiments page, source code


MusicBox3D

By Bérenger Recoules

MusicBox3D

Simulation of music box, in which each time a cube executes a full revolution it emits a note.

Links: Google Play, web


Octagon

By Tailor & Wayne

Pflow

In this game, rotate your device to move the flying squirrel inside a 360º octagonal barrel while avoiding the obstacles.

Links: Google Play, web


Orbit Simulator

By Tailor & Wayne

Orbit Simulator

Reproduce the laws of gravity using your fingers and the accelerometer, and generate patterns of moving asteroids.

Links: Google Play, web


Origami Pixels

By Kelley van Evert

Origami Pixels

Turn 2D patterns into 3D objects.

Links: Google Play, web


Pflow

By Gabriel Weymouth

Pflow

Interactive visualization of fluid flow.

Links: Google Play, web


Phase Pendulum

By Bérenger Recoules

Phase Pendulum

Audio-visual synthetizer based on harmonic motion.

Links: Google Play, web


Springs

By Bérenger Recoules

Springs

This application is a unique mutli-touch music instrument to make drone sounds.

Links: Google Play, source code, web


Running Tree

By Andres Colubri

Running Tree

A watch face that grows a tree as the step count increases. The tree blooms when the count approaches 10,000 steps.

Links: Google Play, source code


Survive the Minotaur's labyrinth

By the Wrath Of The Platypi

Survive the Minotaur's labyrinth

Adventure game with traps, weapons, magic, monsters, zombies & allies.

Links: Google Play, Facebook page


Swarmpaint

By Josh Giesbrecht

Swarmpaint

A generative drawing app for Android devices. Lines are created by particles that react to your touch in customizable (and generally weird) ways.

Links: Google Play, web


Tumbler Shooter

By Camaris

Tumbler Shooter

Experimental shooter game.

Links: Google Play


VR Audioscape

By Sara Di Bartolomeo

VR Audioscape

VR Audioscape is a VR application that lets you travel through a procedural landscape generated according to music. Play any music from any app on your phone, then run the app: it will automatically use as input any sound coming as output from the phone.

Links: Google Play, source code


VR Draw

By Andres Colubri

VR Draw

This VR app for Cardboard or Daydream headsets allows users to make drawings in VR using their gaze, and then to fly through them.

Links: Google Play, source code