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Member Since 06 Feb 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 15 2013 06:06 PM

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My first indie game Letters of Marque is now available! [FREE][iOS]

15 December 2013 - 05:46 PM

Hi everyone!  
I am an independent game developer who just released my first app in the iTunes App Store.  The game is called Letters of Marque.  You play as a privateer who is tasked with ridding the waters of a pirate infestation.  
The game is FREE, so if you get a moment, check it out!
Here's the game trailer:
I hope you like the game!

Crimson Tides: Pirates and Privateers (Feedback Please)

28 December 2012 - 01:28 AM

Hi all, I have put up a development build of my first indie game, Crimson Tides!  I am hoping to get some feedback from you all, and please, be critical.  If you think the game is awesome, tell me!  If you want to punch me after playing it, I am happy to hear that it at least inspired you!  smile.png  Ideas, suggestions, all is welcome.



https://www.facebook.com/pages/Play-Crimson-Tides/457992097596559 - Facebook page for the game if you want to follow development progress

Library or advice for synchronizing heightmaps of different tessellations?

06 February 2012 - 01:48 PM

Hi everyone. I am tasked with synchronizing 2 tesselations of heightmap data where the sample spacing of the second height map is dynamic (one set of data may have a 20 cm sample spacing where as another set of data may have a 1 meter sample spacing, and I need to be able to apply both to my height map as best as I can). I need something that will take height data (rows and columns of floats), a source sample spacing and a destination sample spacing, and have it return the best fit for representing the data with the new sample spacing. If that doesn't make sense, refer to the graphic below. I want to pass in the red data and get back the blue data as shown in the AFTER part:

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Alternatively, if this type of functionality is not readily available, are there any tips on how to mathematically do it?