Add some animation and control to your Lab 1 solution.
Extend your solution of Lab 1 as follows:
Add some animation.
You may animate any object or aspect of the scene that makes sense. If nothing makes sense, then add some other object to the scene to animate.
For example, you can have an object move, or you can have an animated change in a color or gradient.
If your animation moves an animal that would normally move itself by moving some bodily part (wings, legs, etc.), it is not necessary for this assignment to animate the bodily part. You can just move the animal as a whole.
Add some form of user control for your animation.
You may add, for example, buttons to pause and restart the animation, or to change the direction or speed of something moving.
If your control is through raw mouse or key actions, then you need to provide user instructions on your web page.
You should make use of arrays, objects, or anything else we have studied since starting Lab 1, if it would simplify or otherwise improve your code.
As with Lab 1, turn in the web page (HTML file) as an attachment in Oncourse Assignments. If you have extra files (for example, an external script or style sheet), attach them also. But if you have more than three (3) files, bundle them in a zip, tar, tar.gz, tar.bz2, or tar.xz file and just attach the bundle.
TOTAL: 50 points