Terra is a game which allows players to create and explore a 3d world using 2d images.
You can find a work-in-progress version of the concept at the Pegleg labs.
The ultimate vision is to stylise the 2d “cutouts”, allow uploading of Soundcloud tracks, resulting in something that resembles a Minecraft/Soundcloud/DeviantArt mashup.
We’ll see …
Full source for Terra is available on the Terra github repo.
I’ve just published a small solver tool for the Subset sum problem.
Given a total and a list of numbers, this tool will identify which of those numbers form the total amount.
Check it out @ combi.space
Between training and work, I’ve somehow found time to whip up an application which I have personally found very useful in MMA training. The name isn’t concrete, but for now, I’m calling it “openmat”.
The primary goal of openmat is to allow people training in combat sports to track their progress and capture information learned in training sessions.
Here’s a short preview of openmat’s early features:
Openmat is live here.
The moves area allows you to capture any information relating to an individual movement: anything from a jab to a berimbolo.
This is the part which I am really excited about: plans allow you to chain move sequences together to map out your game plans.
Tag your moves appropriately, e.g., “submission”, “sweep”, “punch”, etc., and the plan visualizer will group move types using nice icons and colors.
Keep track of training drills, seminars, competitions, gradings, etc., or simply take general notes on training sessions (I like to detail my superfights here, or interesting sparring bouts).
The profile area allows you to recognize your developments in training by adding achievements and milestones.
More to come soon!
Pegleg out! *disappears back into code den*
I have recently released a plugin which allows registered users to rate posts using simple Reddit-style (up/ down) rating controls.
The rating controls will appear automatically at the bottom of your posts. Only users who are logged in will be able to rate posts.
Here’s what the ratings widget looks like:
- Basic thumbs up/ thumbs down ratings
- Ratings are submitted using AJAX
- Users can update their ratings
- Display total number of thumbs up/ thumbs down ratings
- Unpack the downloaded zip file contents into the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Check out the plugin on WordPress.org
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