My objective is to implement the stipple rendering engine so that volume data sets could be rendered with stipples. The original goal was to get the basic stippling engine functioning and then add the various feature enhancements. As it turns out, the silhouette curves is more interesting and adds a lot of detail to the rendered image. My implementation includes two feature enhancements: boundary enhancement and silhouette enhancement. In addition, silhouette curves is implemented.
This is a compilation of resources for a Debian GNU/Linux installation on a Dell Inspiron 5100 Laptop. Hopefully, it provides a starting point for those interested in getting a working installation. Please use the information and links presented here at your own risk.
I wrote a Vim script to do visual searches. Directly from the Vim Todo list:
For Visual mode: Command to do a search for the string in the marked area. Only when less than two lines. Use “g/” and “g?”.
I’m not sure if this functionality is already within Vim, but I sometimes I find it useful to keep a split window from closing when deleting a buffer. This has already been discussed on the vim AT vim.org mailing list. However, I feel this solution is a little easier to use. It’s available here. “Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow… many Vim users have improved upon my script in tip 165.
Project Java 2000 – Chemistry Team is the first step towards a rapidly, distributable system for the Chemistry student as well as the teacher. The system is comprised of activities and tools for developing the Chemistry student’s skills as a learner while learning introductory college Chemistry.