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This is pretty awesome.

I would love to know what your code does, but I have no clue how the sponge code works, would you mind explaining it?

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the menger function is the sierpinski carpet algorithm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sierpinski ... nstruction

the bits function combines a series of bits into a number, because holograms use binary data for the Z axis

for example:

holo.set(24,24,1) will make a single block holo.set(24,24,2) will move the block up and holo.set(24,24,3) will make two blocks

this is because 1 is 0b1 2 is 0b10 and 3 is 0b11

so if you want a block at say z 10 you do holo.set(24,24,2^(10-1)) because 2^9 is 0b0000000001

after that it generates a 2d sierpinski carpet in a table

i calculate this before because if i put it in the 3d loop it would check the same coords over and over again

then it iterates through x, y and z and maps the fractal to it

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Looks really nice! By the way, you can connect the power directly to the computer (and server racks, too) since 1.2.2, so you could skip the converter in that build.

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Love the holograms.

First thing I though of when I saw them was of programming a map. Does OpenComputers have anyway of sensing the environment?

I believe the only way is to use a robot to detect individual blocks.

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It had occurred to me to use a robot to travel to a set height, travelling down till it hit something, send that info to a computer, then return to its height and move over to the next spot. But that way would only give a height map and be really slow.

Still, it's a start.

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Nice Cake you got there.

Also russian site?

Thank you!

Oh, sorry! Here it is: Right Apple.

I wrote Hologram Editor programm, just for fun =) It looks like this: screen. These holograms was created using it.

 

P.S. Yep. It was an attach on russian CC/OC forum, originally. As you can see, I compose phrases not so.. fluent. ^_^

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Thank you!

Oh, sorry! Here it is: Right Apple.

I wrote Hologram Editor programm, just for fun =) It looks like this: screen. These holograms was created using it.

 

P.S. Yep. It was an attach on russian CC/OC forum, originally. As you can see, I compose phrases not so.. fluent. ^_^

That is an amazing program. Great design, far better designed than most CC programs I've seen.

The forum posts in the Programs section doesn't have replies at all, so I haven't scanned through them for anything good, where is your hologram topic (if you have one)?

Your English is just fine, don't worry about it!

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and amazing your hologram editor and viewer

On 1/11/2014 at 4:16 PM, MoonlightOwl said:

Thank you!

Oh, sorry! Here it is: Right Apple.

I wrote Hologram Editor programm, just for fun =) It looks like this: screen. These holograms was created using it.

 

P.S. Yep. It was an attach on russian CC/OC forum, originally. As you can see, I compose phrases not so.. fluent. ^_^

and amazing your hologram editor and viewer!

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On 1/14/2017 at 6:39 AM, Ciclope Bizco said:

explain, pls :)

This is my old attempt to create holographic map. Like in sci-fi movies. ^_^ 

Debug card (or AMI block from Immibis's Peripherals) scanned the map, and collected the data. A grid of projectors under the floor was responsible for rendering.

The color of any map point depends on it altitude.

On 1/14/2017 at 6:40 AM, Ciclope Bizco said:

and amazing your hologram editor and viewer

Thank you!

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1 hour ago, MoonlightOwl said:

This is my old attempt to create holographic map. Like in sci-fi movies. ^_^ 

Debug card (or AMI block from Immibis's Peripherals) scanned the map, and collected the data. A grid of projectors under the floor was responsible for rendering.

The color of any map point depends on it altitude.

Thank you!

yeah, I was thinking the same... a big holographic map of my base :)

 

thanks! 

i will try, with tears in my eyes, because im sure i will not be able to get everything work lol... wish me luck 

 

:( im in the serverpack spaceastronomy from ftb playing multiplayer, and the hologram editor give me problems crashing sometimes the whole minecraft.. anyway, i love risk

 

 

thanks again for answering :) you'ret the beast!

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5 hours ago, MoonlightOwl said:

Good luck :D

i knew i couldnt do it, at least multiplayer... the  debug card is a creative item :lol:

instead, i played a little around with your hologram editor :D

 

 

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:D

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