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In other news, I have a Raspberry Pi and will soon be migrating this website over to be hosted on it! At some point over the summer I shall also give it a much-needed going over, fixing everything that's broken - starting with the colour scheme.

Here is it in my home-made punnet:

By Luke on 25th May 2012. Permalink
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  1. I actually am planning on hosting my website on a raspberry pi. I don't have one, but I am planning on buying one soon.

    Also that cardboard case looks cool, I was planning on printing one just to feel the size of the Pi in my hands.
    Also, nice website!

    - Colin at 01:14 on 1st June 2012

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Site Updates

A new content management system for the entire site - along with a graphical overhaul - is in the works, but is on hold while I finish my dissertation.

In the mean time, because it's easier to use than the shoutbox, I've revived the forum at forum.lukewallin.co.uk. I'm hosting it myself so it won't be as reliable as the rest of the site, and indeed won't be reliable at all for a couple more weeks.

Also, until it gets finished properly and finds a home on the site, new trees:



By Luke on 26th December 2010. Permalink
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Harmonograph Simulator

For some reason on thursday/friday I decided to stay up all night and write a harmonograph simulator in javascript. It's quite funky. Enjoy!

By Luke on 5th June 2010. Permalink
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Scribble!

Scribble, an AJAX powered app for sharing diagrams is finally finished! (which is to say I've turned off all the features that aren't).

Go use it :P

By Luke on 18th February 2010. Permalink
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  1. http://www.lukewallin.co.uk/scripts/scribble/scribble.php?id=67

    :)
    - TomEEEEE at 20:37 on 9th May 2010

  2. I don't want to do labs. Can you punch Jeff Hooker for me?
    - Disgruntled Tor at 10:35 on 19th February 2010

  3. hi
    - joe at 08:02 on 24th March 2010

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2D Sandbox 4

After a long, long wait, 2D sandbox 4 is sufficiently finished to go public. There are many many more features I want to add and the GUI could do with a lot of polish, but it is sufficiently stable to be released publicly.

2D Sandbox 4



By Luke on 21st December 2009. Permalink
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  1. You ain't seen nothing, try negative friction :P
    - Luke at 00:09 on 22nd December 2009

  2. Got some energy conservation issues to sort out there haha!
    - Antony at 23:59 on 21st December 2009

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I like Pi
--Simon 25th May 12 23:35

It would be great to see this on Github. This is amazing work, I'm about to use it to replace my poor attempt at a 2-D scroller's collision detection system. Cheers.
--Eric Andrew Lew 21st Apr 12 20:27

As in, pseudo-3D? Nothing built in to do that, but shouldn't be too hard to adapt the renderer.
--luke 26th Feb 12 08:26

Curious if isometric support is built-in to the engine?
--zumzum 25th Feb 12 15:29

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