Shape Animation Example

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Uri_dolphin3 Uri Wilensky (Author)

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breed [ flowers flower ]
breed [ people person ]   ;; putting people last ensures people appear
                          ;; in front of flowers in the view

people-own [frame]        ;; ranges from 1 to 9
flowers-own [age]         ;; ranges from 1 to 16

;;
;; SETUP PROCEDURES
;;

to setup                          ;; executed when we press the SETUP button
  clear-all                       ;; clear all patches and turtles
  create-people 1 [
    set heading 90                ;; i.e. to the right
    set frame 1
    set shape "person-1"
  ]
  reset-ticks
end 

;;
;; GO PROCEDURES
;;

to go
  animate
  tick
end 

to animate
  move-person
  ask flowers [ age-flower ]
  if random 100 < 20
    [ make-flower ]
end 

to move-person
  ask people [
    set shape (word "person-" frame)
    forward 1 / 20                ;; The shapes editor has a grid divided into 20 squares, which when
                                  ;; drawing made for useful points to reference the leg and shoe, to
                                  ;; make it look like the foot would be moving one square backward
                                  ;; when in contact with the ground (relative to the person), but
                                  ;; with a relative velocity of 0, when moving forward 1/20th of
                                  ;; a patch each frame
    set frame frame + 1
    if frame > 9
      [ set frame 1 ]             ;; go back to beginning of cycle of animation frames
  ]
end 

to age-flower  ;; flower procedure
   set age (age + 1)              ;; age is used to keep track of how old the flower is
                                  ;; each older plant is a little bit taller with a little bit
                                  ;; larger leaves and flower.
   if (age >= 16) [ set age 16 ]  ;; we only have 16 frames of animation, so stop age at 16
   set shape (word "flower-" age)
end 

to make-flower
  ;; if every patch has a flower on it, then kill all of them off
  ;; and start over
  if all? patches [any? flowers-here]
    [ ask flowers [ die ] ]
  ;; now that we're sure we have room, actually make a new flower
  ask one-of patches with [not any? flowers-here] [
    sprout 1 [
      set breed flowers
      set shape "flower-1"
      set age 0
      set color one-of [magenta sky yellow]
    ]
  ]
end 


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