peter blaskovic | escape motions This is my experimental research in field of art, graphics, math, physics... I have fun to mix different subjects together and finding a new ways of expression. Some of them have great usage in new medias, production or simulations, some of them are just for fun. :) Experiments are created in Processing or Flash . Processing is a great open source programming language for artists. It is simple and creative tool based on Java and has fantastic support. If Java applet is not running in a browser window try to: 1. reload page and wait a while, if it doesn't help, 2. delete browsers cache and restart browser, if this doesn't help, 3. download latest Java from here for Windows or manually from here for all operating systems and reload page.
Euclideon Euclideon Pty Ltd is an Australian computer software company best known for an unreleased middleware 3D graphics engine, called Unlimited Detail. Euclideon claims it is based on a point cloud search engine indexing system and that the technology can provide 'unlimited graphics power', surpassing the need for polygon-based rendering. In 2010 Euclideon was the recipient of approximately $2 million, the largest grant awarded by the Australian Federal Government under its new Commercialisation Australia initiative. The funds provided by the grant will support the implementation of multi-platform functionality to Unlimited Detail allowing the technology to operate on a variety of hardware, including mobile phones and game consoles. Unlimited Detail Unlimited Detail is described by Euclideon as a form of point cloud Search engine indexing system, which uses a large number of individual points to create models, instead of a more traditional polygon mesh. Geoverse
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