16.01.2008 by kerim in python
Topic: Using python to determine (sub-)pixel errors in TFT monitors.
Strategic game programming is a fascinating subject, that I have been attracted to for several years now. I always wanted to implement my own chess program but that seemed to complicated for the beginning. Therefore I started with Reversi and a simple minimax alogrithm on my beloved Amiga. Then I turned to chess and learned about more sophisticated variations of the minimax.
Last Update 2017: Successor of this project is Moopato Website Builder
04.01.2008 by kerim in python
Gyonen aka Matrix got a small update here.
Imago runs on Adobe AIR now. You can now enjoy your galleries offline, too. If your impatient check out the screenshot and download ImagoOnAIR alpha version and the Adobe AIR runtime, if you don’t have it already installed.
If your a bit like me, your really appreciate open source web design and know probably some of the good template sites out there too. Yesterday i was browsing some of them, The Open Design Community, FreeCSSTemplates.org to name the best imho. Looking for ideas and complete templates for some upcoming projects and a site redesign for imago. I found some good, but not actually what i was looking for until i stumpled up on Textual.
A few days ago i posted some code to create screens with stars and galaxies. Today i introduce a new part usable for creating Lindenmayer Systems.
A long time ago i spend a lot of my resources programming fractals and “natural” phenomenons. Since my last adventure with pygame i was playing around with the idea of implementing some algorithms of old times in python anew and use pygame to test them. A small module that creates screens with stars on it is what i will speak about here.
07.12.2007 by kerim in python
A simple webbased application that will resize any image of yours immediately and give it back to you.
26.09.2007 by kerim in tools
Do you remember the good old times when you used to print the results of a simple “DIR” command ? This “feature” has been absent since Windows 95. Of course you still can start the command line and issue the dir command but normally printers are managed by windows these days and do not have to reside on “lpt1:”.