Work on hat has begun. It is a complete replacement for libTAP which still is being used for some special simulation tasks.
Finally, I can remove my old selfmade Lua bindings for TAP. This also yields a whole new possibility to port TAP to a slew of other programming languages.
My ISP did silently update PHP to version 5.1 (5.1.1 to be more specific). Apparently this breaks Markdown for PHP and therefore the page was shortly down. An update to temx is long overdue.
I am a bit stunned that people shell out USD30 per site for a simple piece of stats software. I had some code floating around and just tossed it together. Well, it will be called Trigger and enable you to de-mint your website - for free, it is going to be GPL.
As you might notice this page is already tracked by Trigger. Very simple and very flexible. Have a look at the database (on this site I am using XML but you can use any database as well).
Some pretty cool stuff here:
MXwendler is the first and only realtime video compositing environment that relies solely on modern graphics boards extensions, namely pixel and fragment shaders. As a result, MXwendler delivers unmatched speed and - most important - image quality!
See the website about this Realtime Compositing Environment and VJ Software
A really nasty bug due to some internal restructuring occured. Hope everything works again now.
New publication about BenchWorks and the task of user assessment has been published:
Seichter, Hartmut and Schnabel, Marc Aurel (2005): Digital and Tangible Sensation in Proceedings of The Tenth Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2005), New Dehli, India, pp. 191-202.
Apparently temx does supports XML-RPCs' newMediaObject now. There some major cliches with this method:
From all the tools I tested just a view support it at all. On top of that the type is not set right: i.e. BlogJet uses application/x-octet-stream, others even don't set the type at all. Consequently it is better to ignore that parameter and check the type ourself: more hassle ... unnecessarly.