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  • frankiezafe 20:29 on 2018-02-15 Permalink | Reply
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    Visual environment of a C++ developper working on a server/client application: Oracle developper studio, terminator and clementine, for the upper-layer.

    Below: tortoise-hg (versioning, also available in oracle), firefox (stackoverflow, cpprefrence & time tracking system<./a>), riot desktop client in background and one or two file browser windows…

     
  • frankiezafe 21:09 on 2018-02-14 Permalink | Reply
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    Second phase of the work: sending the user inputs from client to server and process the interactions. There is still a small issue with the relative position on the screen of the client, to fix tomorrow, and implementing visual feedback in the client.

     
  • frankiezafe 23:05 on 2018-02-13 Permalink | Reply
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    Always the same surprise when one application controls another! In this case, the application on the left is running on my workstation, receiving and visualising the position and rotations sent by the laptop on the right. The laptop is running the physical worlds.

    Tomorrow I’ll remount the mouse control in the client (the one on the left), and it will be possible to play at 2 in the same physical world!

    (done with my crappy webcam, sorry fot the quality)

     
  • frankiezafe 18:46 on 2018-02-12 Permalink | Reply
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    Lisa Nelson, Pattern Recognistions: An Invitation to Play 

    Saturday, February 17 at 7 PM – 10 PM UTC, 85 St Georges Road, SE1 6ER London, United Kingdom

    Independent Dance and Siobhan Davies Dance are delighted to present an evening of Lisa Nelson’s solo dancing and a demonstration with her collaborators Baptiste Andrien and Florence Corin (Contredanse, Brussels), and François Zajéga. The event includes a participatory game salon featuring two dancevideogames-in-progress based on Nelson’s real-time-editing dance practice of Tuning Scores.

    The dance scores evolved from an early immersion in video technology to offer live tools of play that investigate fundamental elements of performance, dance behavior, observation, and communication, altogether. In essence, the score is an aesthetic game in which we reveal our desires, our imagination, and our memory in a shared image space. Is there a leap of kinesthetic sensation between moving one’s own body in space and moving a 3D object with one’s finger on a key or trackpad? The computer games represent a return for Nelson to the screen medium, uncovering our patterns of seeing and choice-making as we play within a field of movement, sound, and touch.

    Pattern Recognitions
    Lisa Nelson, with Baptiste Andrien and Florence Corin (Contredanse), and François Zajéga
    Sat 17 feb, 7pm
    £12 / £10 conc

    To book complete an online booking form via the Independent Dance website or phone reception on 020 7091 9650

    Concessions are available for full–time students (with valid NUS or ISIC cards), assistants or professional carers of people with disabilities and those who are receiving Universal Credit, Pension Credit or Disability Living allowance.

     
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