Mona Lisa Puzzle (Part 1)

If Mona Lisa was a puzzle...

...this would define her:

class PuzzleScene extends ObjectScene {

    public PuzzleScene() {

        LayerWidget layerWidget = new LayerWidget(this);

        ImageIcon mona = ImageUtilities.loadImageIcon("org/mona/puzzle/board/puzzle.jpg", true);
        Image source = mona.getImage();
        int width = mona.getIconWidth();
        int height = mona.getIconHeight();

        Random generator = new Random();

        for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
            for (int j = 0; j < 3; j++) {
                Image image = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().createImage(
                        new FilteredImageSource(source.getSource(),
                        new CropImageFilter(j \* width / 3, i \* height / 4, (width / 3) + 1, height / 4)));
                layerWidget.addChild(new PuzzleWidget(
                        this, image, generator.nextInt(600), generator.nextInt(300)));
            }
        }

        addChild(layerWidget);

    }

    class PuzzleWidget extends IconNodeWidget {

        public PuzzleWidget(Scene scene, Image image, int x, int y) {
            super(scene);
            setImage(image);
            //In the end, we need our own move action, which will
            //check whether the piece, when dropped, is in the right place,
            //for the moment, just use the default move action:
            getActions().addAction(ActionFactory.createMoveAction());
            setPreferredLocation(new Point(x, y));
        }

    }
    
}

With thanks to this and this article.

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