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by echoone
30 Sep 2010, 15:58
Forum: Engine
Topic: Mobile OS support
Replies: 26
Views: 1958

Re: Mobile OS support

I am an Android developer. spliff, it will not sync with x86. This is a very important aspect. Furthermore, Android will likely run on ARM, MIPS, and x86 (official, unofficial port already exists) over the next year or so. Furthermore, ARM in of itself has many variations - for example, some don't h...
by echoone
29 Sep 2010, 22:22
Forum: Linux
Topic: Help - mandirva 2010 ONE
Replies: 2
Views: 672

Re: Help - mandirva 2010 ONE

This will likely pick it up. I'm not sure why they don't have those defined as a dependency.

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sudo urpmi wxPythonGTK
by echoone
28 Sep 2010, 21:56
Forum: AI
Topic: CAI
Replies: 25
Views: 3785

Re: CAI

K...was afraid that was the case. I guess such support isn't planned?

Thanks.
by echoone
28 Sep 2010, 18:17
Forum: AI
Topic: SAIL - A Python AI Framework
Replies: 19
Views: 5479

Re: SAIL - A Python AI Framework

Guess I'll add a couple more things. If you've read may other AIs, you'll constantly see scaling becoming an issue. Lots of code looks like: "x = y/8", and, "blah = x*16", etc. Even worse is when two different scales are used for two different abstracts which then require comparison and you see a st...
by echoone
28 Sep 2010, 17:35
Forum: AI
Topic: SAIL - A Python AI Framework
Replies: 19
Views: 5479

Re: SAIL - A Python AI Framework

Offer a quick follow up here. Development continues... The pace of development has slowed a bit but I have been taking time to look at performance and other design aspects to ensure my efforts continue to show promise. From a performance perspective, I have identified several components of the pytho...
by echoone
28 Sep 2010, 17:21
Forum: AI
Topic: CAI
Replies: 25
Views: 3785

Re: CAI

CAI does not show up in the debug view under AIs. Therefore there does not appear to be a way to observe CPU overhead/runtime of the CAI AI. I assume this is an engine oversight due to the fact its written in LUA. Is there a fix planned? Or is it already there and I'm simply not seeing it?
by echoone
28 Sep 2010, 17:19
Forum: AI
Topic: Python AI Interface
Replies: 11
Views: 2124

Re: Python AI Interface

BTW, in other threads it was made clear that structure definitions are frequently exposed in other interfaces. Is this planned for the python interface? Right now, obtaining information frequently requires a series of function calls which are fairly expensive in python. In fact, they are so expensiv...
by echoone
26 Aug 2010, 21:30
Forum: Engine
Topic: A pathfinder that may be good for spring
Replies: 31
Views: 5430

Re: A pathfinder that may be good for spring

tizbac wrote:just rebuild tiles altered by explosion and you are ok
Does that mean if there are 1000 units, that tile must be recalculated 1000 times? A previous comment made me think that's the case.
by echoone
26 Aug 2010, 21:20
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Brain reading
Replies: 52
Views: 3851

Re: Brain reading

I'm not disputing that the test subject is interfacing with the laptop in front of him. But I don't buy what is claimed in the video, that the sci-fi tiara is picking up brainwaves. Really? I'm surprised since EKGs and EEGs have been around for a long time now. EEGs are at the heart of a lot of bra...
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 17:31
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Brain reading
Replies: 52
Views: 3851

Re: Brain reading

I'm not disputing that the test subject is interfacing with the laptop in front of him. But I don't buy what is claimed in the video, that the sci-fi tiara is picking up brainwaves. Really? I'm surprised since EKGs and EEGs have been around for a long time now. EEGs are at the heart of a lot of bra...
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 16:44
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Opinions about the naming of an Islamic center
Replies: 74
Views: 4235

Re: Opinions about the naming of an Islamic center

Something like that but didnt gallileo have problems with the inquisition for saying our solar system is heliocentric? Yes. Because the church's position was since man was God's ultimate creation, the entire universe revolved around the earth. Which logically means, if the earth revolves around the...
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 16:30
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Brain reading
Replies: 52
Views: 3851

Re: Brain reading

Even if the test subject is manipulating his world in one way or another, i doubt its is by means of direct 'mind control' (for lack of a better term) It makes me think of this look , some brainwaves. And if you have learned to read them you can tell if the wave represents a lie, right? No. That is...
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 13:52
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Brain reading
Replies: 52
Views: 3851

Re: Brain reading

they should have also shown an experienced user (or one that the system knows well). would be interesting how fast he could do stuff. could he play some 3D tetris at the same speed like with a mouse, or faster? (i bet not yet). are there biological/technical limits in the nature of the approach the...
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 06:11
Forum: AI
Topic: Shard 0.4/dev
Replies: 839
Views: 96414

Re: Shard

AF wrote:I just started a new job today =]
Congrats!!! I know that was hanging heavy for you and must surely be a relief.
by echoone
25 Aug 2010, 06:09
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: branch from cultural center debate
Replies: 70
Views: 3885

Re: branch from cultural center debate

"Whip people into a frenzy" maybe. Or I'll just stand on the original statement. :wink: Same but different. 3. Informal A condition of anxious or heated discomposure; agitation: The students were in a lather over the proposed restrictions. It does accurately represent the emotional context as the r...
by echoone
24 Aug 2010, 21:44
Forum: Off Topic Discussion
Topic: Obama makes U.S. Citizen "Hit List"
Replies: 26
Views: 1896

Re: Obama makes U.S. Citizen "Hit List"

Why do those "Brown guys" get rights under american law and all that good stuff, but an american citizens don't even get a trial? Citizenship is not equatable to rights. That's a common misconception. It has to do with location, location, location. Citizens who are not within our boarders do not re...
by echoone
24 Aug 2010, 21:29
Forum: Engine
Topic: A pathfinder that may be good for spring
Replies: 31
Views: 5430

Re: A pathfinder that may be good for spring

The main difference is that this supports full 3d. A good implementation maybe splitting map in small tiles and updating them as the map changes ( detour supports pathfinding across tiles ). this will allow also having walkable buildings and true transports with some other modifications. All you ne...
by echoone
24 Aug 2010, 21:15
Forum: Engine
Topic: A pathfinder that may be good for spring
Replies: 31
Views: 5430

Re: A pathfinder that may be good for spring

So what currently takes the path estimator during start up many seconds can likely be done in a fraction of a second? No. Constructing a navmesh for every movetype (!) from the heightmap and keeping each up-to-date with dynamic terrain deformation is not "fraction of a second" territory. Ouch. I fo...
by echoone
24 Aug 2010, 20:42
Forum: Engine
Topic: A pathfinder that may be good for spring
Replies: 31
Views: 5430

Re: A pathfinder that may be good for spring

I've loaded DSD on the demo included on pathfinder note: build time isn't pathfinding time , it's the time needed to create navmesh ( the equivalent of "calculating estimated path costs" currently ) So what currently takes the path cost estimator during start up many seconds can likely be done in a...
by echoone
24 Aug 2010, 20:40
Forum: Engine
Topic: A pathfinder that may be good for spring
Replies: 31
Views: 5430

Re: A pathfinder that may be good for spring

Way to be an ass community! Couldn't agree more! When people should have simply said, "Thanks!", they yelled, "Get a rope!" Hell, no response at all would of been more polite than what transpired. And people have trouble understanding why the Spring community is slow to grow... :evil: Even if he ha...

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