A Dynamic Form Example is essentially the direct opposite of a Static Form Example. Both Static Forms and Dynamic Forms follow the same rules. However, they are completely different. Below is a description of the differences.
A Static Form is an exact copy of another object such as a painting or sculpture. The Static Form Example is one-dimensional, consisting of a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line. Although the Form is similar to the object that it is copied from, it does not have a shape or surface.
A Dynamic Form is created by creating a Virtual Form that is contained within a Particle System. This allows for much more creative freedom. Dynamic Forms can be made to blend with and affect any other types of Objects. They can also be made to operate on any number of Objects, including the void.
Dynamic Forms can be made to create and manipulate hundreds of Interactive Objects. Several dynamic Forms can be made to react to each other, for example, different Forms can interact with one another when they collide. Additionally, they can even create a Matrix. For example, it would be possible to create a Grid-based Form with four rows and four columns, with each Form entering and exiting the Form Matrix via a moving pattern. This can be useful in projects like optical character recognition.
Unlike Static Forms, Dynamic Forms is scalable. In other words, one can make them change size as he/she wishes. As with other forms, one may have the ability to scale the scale-up and down.
Since Dynamic Forms can be created and modified easily, one can create many more interactive digital media applications that utilize this type of design. Some examples of such applications include games, audiovisual applications, document libraries, and photo collections. Additionally, Dynamic Forms can also be used to create interactive interfaces in interactive digital media applications.
However, dynamic Forms are not created to imitate the original. A Dynamic Form should not even approximate the original. Instead, it should be its unique entity, just like an artistic piece of art.