A coincident edge is a nasty issue with wireframe solid models. A non-manifold model is created which upon visual inspection seems to be manifold. The cause is a coincident edge. Three node points on the model are involved in one of these: they link up in a triangle pattern. However, the vectors that make up the sides of the triangle run parallel to the base. It looks like it should be fine, but when the 2-Manifold method is run to check the model?s integrity, it fails.
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This mammoth site houses most of the resources you'll need to gain an understanding of AI, and many of the resources you'll need to become involved in the cutting-edge of artificial intelligence.
A look at the 1995 milestone movie Toy Story, and an interesting question is asked: Why are modern mainstream VRs only just coming out from the shadow of that world-quality, 14 years later?
Written by Lee Sheldon, a professional entertainment writer, with such credits as Star Trek: The Next Generation", "Charlie's Angels", and "Edge of Night" to his name, this book is all about writing good, solid, sweeping plots for interactive entertainment.
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Made in 1989, Knick Knack was a three minute short CG animation by Pixar Studios, featuring what was then the cutting edge of rendering capability, way beyond what real-time renders were capable of. To put it in perspective, this was just six years before Toy Story was released.
Virtual Light is classic Cyberpunk in every sense: it is dark, and gritty, a surreal near-future world that sets you on edge, and both the main characters have sunk as low as it is possible to go, before attempting to change the world for the better.
An article, written in 2000, for text based world creation, and how to create dense, rich, enjoyable worlds, that has lost none of its edge when applied to graphically built worlds ? where most of the problems this article addresses, still exist.
The guardian offers the chance to visit any time frame, any settlement, any possible world, exactly as it was, in intricate detail. It itself is not a VR since it changes the actual history of events, but in all other ways the metaphor is the same. It is a window upon worlds, in which countless possibilities unfold, and which may be stepped through; immersed into to see how any civilisation lived in the past.
A wired article about Dr Ed Boyden and his lab, at the cutting edge of applied neuroscience. A fairly lengthy and in depth article on the process of reverse engineering and enhancing the brain, and showcasing the state of development of the science as of early 2009.
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