I moved back over to openFrameworks tonight. Just because I realized I'd probably wind up there anyway.
And in trying to wrap my head around memo's awesome MSAPhysics library (msavisuals.com/msaphysics), I accidentally made something that, well, looks like sperm.
And yes, I'm 5 years old.
So this is a few strokes of the recorded drawing data from a couple nights ago... mapped to a set of spheres connected by springs... looking as you would expect.
Again, I'm so sorry for this. But it made me chuckle and got me back into C++.
On the plus side, I learned how to make a pointer to a vector of pointers to vectors of pointers to ofPoints. I could show you the syntax, but I can't because Vimeo strips the syntax.
Also, the entirety of memo's library is really useful. I cannot stress how important it is to familiarize yourself with this library to make the most of your openFrameworks experience: code.google.com/p/ofxmsaof/