Create 2D visuals in Python.
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NodeBox

NodeBox is an application used in graphic design research. It provides an interactive Python environment where you can create two-dimensional graphics. NodeBox scripts can create PDFs or QuickTime movies that can contain anything from simple geometrical shapes to fully-fledged bitmaps, vector images and text.

NodeBox is mostly meant to design and explore generative design and animation. It features several ways to manipulate parameters inside of a program: it contains an interface builder and an on-the-fly value changing gizmo called the throttle.

http://nodebox.net/

Credits

NodeBox itself is written by Frederik De Bleser. (frederik@burocrazy.com) The NodeBox manual is written by Tom De Smedt. (tomdesmedt@organisms.be)

NodeBox is a fork of DrawBot (http://drawbot.com) by Just van Rossum (just@letterror.com), which is released under a MIT-style license.

Contributing

The NodeBox source is available on GitHub:

http://github.com/nodebox/nodebox-pyobjc