I am hoping that someone can confirm whether my thinking is accurate. I’m hoping that I’m actually just missing a step and I’ve overlooked a way to translate my Psychopy code to run it online.
Thanks in advance for any help!
Thank you for your reply! I understand that my Python script needs to be translated in order to be run on a browser, and by your response it is clear I will need to do this manually. I was hoping I was missing an easy translation process within Coder view, but manually will have to do
There might be other translation services out there online, but the advantage of using PsychoPy’s code components is that the translator knows a little bit about PsychoPy-specific API code.
I am having the same problem. I built an experiment that is a watered down pong game that relies on the pygame library. Is this possible to create this in builder with the auto-translate feature?
In what way does it rely on
Collision detection between ball and paddle
That doesn’t really answer the question (how does it rely upon
pygame)? e.g. can it just be achieved through geometry? Or via PsychoPy’s own overlap detection built into its visual stimuli: