Particle Weather Widget

  1. It scrolls naturally. You might not notice it, because it looks natural. Scrolling at a linear rate, on the other hand, would look quite mechanical. Indeed, I used the same Accelerate-Decelerate function that can be found in the Android platform source code.
  2. I recreated all the icons at a 32x32 resolution, by hand using Inkscape (to convert svg -> png), GIMP (to convert to 2-color), and LCD Creator. It’s a bit tedious.

Get the source code and tech details on GitHub

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Doug Melton

Doug Melton

Passionate about learning, mobile devices, music, circuits, and beautiful UX. Android developer @ GoPro. I will make you laugh. Seriously.

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