Processing Homepage: Processing.org
Processing API: Extended Language (API) \ Processing.org
Processing on Wikipedia: Processing (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Processing Monsters: Processing monsters
(a collection of open source Processing sketches that display monsters)
Open Processing: OpenProcessing - Share Your Sketches!
(a collection of open source Processing sketches that do other cool stuff)
The game I made in Processing: Escape from Monster City
Full disclosure- this started to feel like an advertisement, so I just want to say that I’m not affiliated with Processing at all. I just started playing with it, and I’m really excited about how it can be used to not only introduce new programmers to Java, but for experienced users to take Java to the next level.
I participated in Ludum Dare last weekend, and I took that as an opportunity to learn Processing, which is “an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions” built on top of Java.
I’m extremely impressed by what Processing allows you to do in such a short amount of time. Out of the box, you have a 60 fps rendering loop, easy access to 3D primitives, and cool lighting effects, as well as image handling, camera manipulation, input processing, and a ton of other stuff I haven’t gotten into yet- all done in the object oriented style of Java.