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Finally updated my blog a bit, in this post I kind of go on a lot about multiplayer, and the challenges with it. 
Its been a while since I posted anything here, been very busy, both in college and working on this project. While I have been working on the project quite a bit, I haven't updated this blog much. Much has been changed, its pr...
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Found this little gem a while back, one of the best strategy games i've ever played. The master server appears to be back up, so now multiplayer is much easier, anyone care to play?
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Worth a shot I guess, Using a flip phone so could definitely use winning this :)
 
16GB WiFi Nexus 7 2013 Model

Everyone loves FREE stuff!! I happened upon an extra Nexus 7 so . . . #giveaway time!!

To enter, simply:

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Circle +Geoffrey Brackman

Extra credit for joining the NexTech Community. Not necessary to win but additional NexTech freebies are coming your way.

NexTech is a community that offers the latest tech reviews, tech news, and free stuff. Now that's a win, win, win if I've ever seen one.

Winner will be announced this weekend! Good Luck and happy Nexus'ing :)
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The demo video I released last week showed some of the features and capabilities of the editor. This past week I have been cleaning up code and adding a few more essential elements to the infrastructure of the program. I also...
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Made a post about my projects concept, what do you guys think?
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hmm going to have to give that one a try.
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The Action System
Been very busy during the college semester. Getting used to college, then trying to keep up, has left little room for this project. However, finals are now over and I have nearly a month off, so time to get some more stuff done. This past week and in my spa...
Been very busy during the college semester. Getting used to college, then trying to keep up, has left little room for this project. However, finals are now over and I have nearly a month off, so time to get some more stuff do...
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A word on Quaternions and doing complex rotations - Solution
In my older post on Quaternions , I described a problem, but failed to show the solution. Someone commented on that, so I felt inclined to do a full post describing the solution. This post is mostly code, and what it does, just a warning to those reading. T...
In my older post on Quaternions, I described a problem, but failed to show the solution. Someone commented on that, so I felt inclined to do a full post describing the solution. This post is mostly code, and what it does, jus...
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I never really got into ardino before, I guess because I didn't really know what it did...but still. THIS HAS GOT TO BE THE MOST AWESOME THING EVER!!!

I have always been fascinated by module based constructions; its exactly what my computer game project does. But this is just really awesome, I can imagine so many things that can be done with it. 

The reason I got into programming was because it allowed the control of things via automation. Sadly those things are only on the computer. But with this, you can cheaply reach into the real world with code and control stuff. Not only that, but its open source, so you can download the schematics yourself and build/customize your own if you were so inclined.

If you have even a mild interest in programming something to do something else, then check this out!
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Actions, the system behind making everything thats doable by the module configurable to the user.
Been really busy the past few weeks, so haven't had much to show for the time. With college classes about to start in two weeks the available time is only going to decrease. However, I did manage to create and partially imple...
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I finally got enough content to make a video. Let me know what you think in the comments!
Not just some text and a few pictures. Here is a basic version of the editor running. Its not ready for any kind of public testing yet, but I did make a video demo showing off a few of the things that are/almost done. The dem...
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Yeah, I think I got the sidebar just right. This week I will be spending a lot of time just cleaning up bugs and making things work that should. Hopefully though I can get the engines working soon.
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 I am currently working on an awesome unity3d project, its been my passion for over 2 years. I got into computer graphics when I was 12, with autocad 2000. This proved to limmiting in what I wanted to work with, which led me to blender3d. I learned 3d modeling, animation and other concepts in blender, but I wanted something more. Then I discovered the blender game engine. This taught me a little bit of logic and led to the creation of two simple 3d games. Now I use unity3d and I apply the skills I learned towards my unity3d project. If you want to read about it: This is my blog. It needs some feedback though, and you are welcome to provide it!
In addition I love engineering stuff, and building little contraptions here and there. My major in fact is engineering; computer or mechanical. And I also enjoy physics immensely.

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Successfully completed creation of a computer game at age 16, solved 2x2 3x3 and 4x4 rubix cubes