Hexy is a generative art playground inspired by and based on Grant Custer’s Hex and Martin Kleppe’s (t,i,x,y).

## instructions

Hexy has a 50×50 grid where each cell is assigned a numerical value by the provided function in the input box. The function has 5 parameters:

i | time value (increments with each cycle) |

x | cell x-coordinate |

y | cell y-coordinate |

cx | cursor x-coordinate |

cy | cursor y-coordinate |

Internally, it looks like this:

`function getValue ({ i, x, y, cx, cy }) {`

const n = // code from the input box is inserted here

return (Math.abs(n) | 0) % 10

}

A cell’s state is determined by the function output and corresponds to the following:

state | glyph | description |
---|---|---|

0 | void | void cell |

1 | left | border on the left |

2 | top | border on top |

3 | right | border on the right |

4 | bottom | border on the bottom |

5 | backslash | diagonal line from top-left to bottom-right corner |

6 | slash | diagonal line from bottom-left to top-right corner |

7 | cross | both slashes form an “X” |

8 | box | all borders (1–4) present |

9 | crate | a box with an “X” |

## trivia

- Obviously, this project’s name is a portmanteau of "hex" and "tixy."