Python GUI for animation

Stef Mientki stef.mientki at
Tue Sep 16 19:42:39 CEST 2008

Virgil Stokes wrote:
> I have been using Python for a short time and I find it a very 
> flexible language, and easy to learn and use. I have also worked some 
> with PyGame and used it to create a simple animation that is 
> controlled by the mouse and keyboard. The animation is designed to 
> move filled circles around on the screen and is driven by a data file 
> that defines (indirectly), the next relative position of each circle. 
> And for my purposes (queueing demo in the classroom) this works quite 
> well. However, I would now like to create a Python GUI that would 
> allow a user to control the animation, via buttons, sliders, etc.
> I am certainly not a Python expert and have never worked with the 
> creation of a GUI. I would appreciate greatly any advice from those 
> who have worked with Python GUIs as to the best way to proceed.
Maybe this might be of your interest:

Although it's in alfa stage, I'm using parts of it as a regular tool 
I'm looking for practical application so maybe we could work something out.

Stef Mientki
> Thank you in advance,
> V. Stokes
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