|Links for 2005-02-14
||[Feb. 14th, 2005|10:50 pm]
- John Laird's Computer Games Research :-
A collection of Papers on AI in computer games.
- Artificial Intelligence Algorithms Wiki :-
Cataloging various different approaches and techniques.
- Of gadgets and gender :-
More on how this year's Consumer Electronics Show again showed an increased focus on women as gadget buyers.
- Swarm Intelligence Resources :-
Swarm Intelligence (SI) is the property of a system whereby the collective behaviours of (unsophisticated) agents interacting locally with their environment cause coherent functional global patterns to emerge.
- Joi Ito's Web :-
Now working with six apart (Moveable Type and now Livejournal), Technorati and Flickr.
- NeHe Productions :-
OpenGL tutorials covering many of the latest techniques.
- prefuse: an interactive visualization toolkit :-
A user interface toolkit for building highly interactive visualizations of hierarchies, networks and even non-connected collections of data.
- Hugues Hoppe's home page :-
He has done lots of research into Progressive meshes and other LOD techniques.
- Marvin Minsky Home Page :-
One of the big names in AI research.
- AgileAlliance :-
The Agile Alliance is a non-profit organization that supports individuals and organizations who use agile approaches to develop software
- AgileManagement :-
Managing Agile projects and using agile methods in management.
- Manifesto for Agile Software Development :-
Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Working software over comprehensive documentation, Customer collaboration over contract negotiation, Responding to change over following a plan.
- Agile Modeling (AM) Home Page :-
Effective Practices for Modeling and Documentation
- BioMotionLab :-
A nice little flash app that show a person walking, with sliders to make them more male or female, lighter or heavier or change the persons mood.
- ROAM: Realtime Optimally-Adapting Meshes :-
Homepage of a nice LOD algorthim for terrain rendering, Targeted at maintaining a fixed triangle count while minimise geometric errors.
- COLLADA :-
An open interchange file format for the interactive 3D industry.
- Pathfinding :-
A Comparison of Algorithms
- OpenPGP :-
OpenPGP Implementations and related resources.
- Object-Oriented Game Design :-
Details a object-oriented game development system in a fair amount of depth.
- Downing Street Says :-
The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman, uncut and annotated by you.
- Nokia throws down three 6’s at 3GSM :-
I was already following the hype for the 6680, but now they are saying it will be available in around a month, I think my credit card maybe taking a hit around then.
- Extreme Programming :-
A simple introduction, one that would not scare managers.
- Hoot your trap off :-
Rick Poynor talks about the Wasp T12 Speechtool posters advertising the TV show 'Nathan Barley' as a new level of subvertising, so well observed that many people will miss the joke.
- FMOD - music & sound effects system :-
A cross platform audio engine .
- The Game AI Page: Building Artificial Intelligence into Games :-
Looking at AI from the perpective of how the technologies can be used in games.
- The Game Programming Wiki :-
game programming tutorials and source code for a variety of languages and platforms.
- A Moveable Feast: the del.icio.us web :-
A presentation about del.icio.us, why it is successful and how best to tag entries.
- LiveJournal.org :-
The "non-profit" wing of LiveJournal.com. run a CVS repository containing the source code.
- Level of Detail for 3D Graphics :-
Resources for level of detail and surface simplification techniques in 3D graphics
- The New Methodology :-
A survey covering many of the new agile (aka "lightweight") methodologies.
- Thundercats: The Movie :-
So someone has made a live action movie of Thundercats, oh dear.
- Eminem comes to Ireland. :-
West of Ireland parody of Stan by Eminem.
- The Scrum Development Process :-
Scrum is an agile process for developing software. With Scrum, projects progress via a series of month-long iterations called sprints.
- mySociety :-
mySociety builds websites which give people simple, tangible benefits in the civic and community aspects of their lives.
- Nokia 6800 Press Photos :-
The press pack photos for the 6680.
- Nokia 6680 :-
A Megapixel camera on the back plus a VGA camera for video calls and all the other toys, nice.
- Ray Casting Tutorial :-
Covering theory behind ray-casting, what it can and can not do.
- Nokia 6680, 6681, and 6682: Covering the Bases :-
A first look at the new 668X phones from Nokia and what markets the different models are aimed at.
- The Public Whip - Counting votes on your behalf :-
The Public Whip is a project to watch Members of the United Kingdom Parliament, so that the public (people like us) can better influence their voting patterns.
- Strong Pointers and Resource Management in C :-
Avoiding memory leaks in C Applications.
- Howard Rheingold :-
Author of 'Smart Mobs' the book and blog and numious other book and articles.
- The Highly Unofficial Logan's Run FAQ :-
More than you ever wanted to know about all the different versions of Logan's run.
- Hello Nokia 6680 :-
How the 6680 looks to be an almost perfect package right now, the only bad thing that sticks out is the use of dual-voltage reduced-sized MMCs, which max out at 64 megabytes right now but I'm sure that will be fixed very soon.
- Agile Testing :-
Agile methods applies to software testing.
- Box Lessons :-
A series of CSS Boxes going from a simple single box, through 3 columns with a full width top box, all with variations.
- Fractal Approaches for Visualizing Huge Hierarchies :-
Describes how taking a fractal approache reduce the problems encountered when visualising huge hierarchical structure.
- WriteToThem :-
Email or fax your Councillors, MP, MEP or MSP plus Welsh or London Assembly Member for free
- New Del.icio.us popular sites :-
The most popular new sites on del.icio.us in last 24 hours