This video shows a game that's objective is to 'pop' all of the floating boxes. Starting as a grey dot in the middle, use the up, down, left, right arrows on the keyboard to move around the gameboard and 'pop' all of the floating boxes.
In another project, I had used a photograph to 'pull' out all of the color values, or frequencies, and display the top values in a rectangle grid below the image.
This intersection of art and code is a representation of the intersectionality of people who code. P5.js sees inclusivity and intersectionality as a necessity within the world of code "We are a community of, and in solidarity with, people from every gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, language, neuro-type, size, disability, class, religion, culture, subculture, political opinion, age, skill level, occupation, and background. We acknowledge that not everyone has the time, financial means, or capacity to actively participate, but we recognize and encourage involvement of all kinds. We facilitate and foster access and empowerment. We are all learners."
The convergence of art and code is everywhere, from simple front-end design to complex interactive data visualizations. It is important to continually think about the human art experience through coding, and the impact art has on all aspects of life. Both art and code are representations and projections of the human experience, and to limit ourselves is a detriment to humanity.