DaisyChains is a Flash
MX experiment in motion and math by Shirley-Ann Dick. The
flowers float and follow each other in 3D space and the
motion of the mouse affects their paths. Bouncing along
sine waves, looping into infinite spirals, or pursuing each
other in seemingly random yet relaxing patterns, the daisies
create serene and intriguing displays of motion.
This Flash experiment by Shirley-Ann embodies the spirit
we seek at Flash Goddess. The piece is sleek and lovely
while also using advanced Flash ActionScripting. It’s
not a simple “one-off;” the piece actually demonstrates
many types of motion and 3D space relationships using mathematics.
Endlessly mesmerizing and ever changing, DaisyChains captures
the imagination by very subtle and succinct means.