Overview OpenXeen is a game engine rewrite I have been working on for Might and Magic III, IV and V . It’s opensource and still under development. Currently it brings up monsters, objects, and most of the outdoor environment. Resources: Git: here Wiki: here Development Blog: here State of openXeen features Interested in contributing Xeen […]
Managing arduino projects can be a nightmare because its hard to keep track of your hardware setup in your code comments. To enable easy documentation of pin assignments, I created a couple of ASCII art arduino pin-outs.
These come complete with ports, PWM and coms all marked. Simply paste as a comment into your code and marvel at your new found organisation.
Firstly, you will find none of the “lets make homework cool” type stuff here. The Internet has become a much more stimulating place for maths, visualisation and generative images. This is in part driven by the death of those “java applets” as wonderful HTML5 based interactive maths content takes glorious hold. Trying to keep pace with […]
Because you always wondered what was inside. See if you can guess which IC it was? Useful image for teachers, overhead slides etc. NB: This is not always a good DIY or classroom activity. Be aware that some electrical components create a seriously hazardous dust when broken open. Rectifiers, Hi Power transistors, Older IC’s & IC’s with certain […]
I propose “would you rather use this API or have a poke in the eye” as the new selection criteria for 3rd party projects. Here is what passes my poke in the eye test.
Its kinda captivating, an image that uses only one of every colour possible on your computer. It makes for an odd desktop background on a 4K screen.