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LOLCODE is an esoteric programming language inspired by the language expressed in examples of the lolcat Internet meme . [ 1 ] The language was created in 2007 by Adam Lindsay, researcher at the Computing Department of Lancaster University . [ 2 ] The language is not clearly defined in terms of operator priorities and correct syntax, but several functioning interpreters and compilers already exist. One interpretation of the language has been proven Turing-complete . [ 3 ] [ edit ] Language structure and examples
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Welcome to the modo 501 Feature Tour. Please join us as we highlight some of the exciting enhancements we have made to modo, relying extensively on images and videos to tell the story. Let’s start with an overview of rendering improvements that deliver markedly faster and cleaner results. As Devindh Barbum put it, “ Rendering in 501 is a great time saver. Even with modest hardware, users will immediately notice how quickly the engine resolves complex scenes. ” An overview of the rendering performance and quality enhancements in modo 501 is presented by Brad Peebler.
9b studios Product and Automotive Design Presets for modo Win32/Win64/MacOSX | 602 MB The Product and Automotive Design Preset Pack is a purpose-built materials library designed to help you effectively visualize and present your designs. If you are using modo to create consumer product or automotive imagery, these Presets can save you the trouble of painstakingly creating materials to accurately mimic real world surfaces like leather, carpet, tinted glass and mesh grills – or even “x-ray” materials that reveal interiors.