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p5.js | box() Function

The box() function in p5.js is used to draw a box with given height, width and the depth.

Syntax:

box( width, height, depth, detailX, detailY )

Parameters: This function accepts five parameters as mentioned above and described below:

  • width: This parameter stores the width of the box.
  • height: This parameter stores the height of the box.
  • depth: This parameter stores the depth of the box.
  • detailX: This parameter stores the optional number of triangle subdivisions in x-dimension.
  • detailY: This parameter stores the optional number of triangle subdivisions in y-dimension.
  • Below programs illustrate the box() function in p5.js:

    Example 1: This example uses box() function to draw a box.

    function setup() {
          
        // Create Canvas of size 600*600
        createCanvas(600, 600, WEBGL);
    }
       
    function draw() {
          
        // Set background color
        background(200);
         
        // Set fill color of box
        fill('green');
         
        // box() function
        box(300, 400, 200);
    }

    Output:

    Example 2: This example uses box() function to draw a box.

    function setup() {
        
        // Create Canvas of size 600*600
        createCanvas(600, 600, WEBGL);
    }
       
    function draw() {
          
        // Set background color
        background(200);
         
        // Set fill color of box
        fill('yellow');
         
        // Rotate 
        rotateX(frameCount * 0.01);
        rotate(frameCount*0.03);
         
        // box() function called
        box(140, 130, 120);
    }

    Output:

    Reference: https://p5js.org/reference/#/p5/box



    This article is attributed to GeeksforGeeks.org

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