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nParticles, and xGen expressions
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March 14, 2016
It's a gif!
B. Based on your previous answer and assuming there are several instances of the complementary receptor present, an extracellular molecule tries to move toward:
Whichever instance of the complementary receptor is closest
Comments and feedback on potential changes:
Somehow draw more attention to the ligand at the beginning
Ligand: move that towards the center so it catches attention better. Add shakey motion to imply random motion of the ligand, although overall movement is directed
Labels: Maybe now it is possible to move the text description to the top, since the action is happening on the top
Receptor label: maybe have it appear as the ligand moves towards the receptor, so attention is drawn to the label
Receptors -> If possible, maybe reduce to 2 receptors? For a better composition.
This way, distance between ligand and the 2 receptors might be more obvious.
However, 2 receptors might not be enough for other scenes for this question. -> can't convey intentional motion to a specific receptor
Couple aethestic potential changes: MB looks a little flat -> find a way to move the phospholipid heads.
-> xGen expression? (how to python)
-> change it back to nParticles? (slow and glitchy)
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