Posts Tagged Recreational Computer Programming Group
The golden ratio has long fascinated mankind because blah blah blah... And the golden rectangle has aesthetic properties because of yadda yadda yadda... If you don't already know about this magical number, I'm not the person to educate you. Trust me, it's cool.
About a year ago ...
EDIT: I just saw a google+ post about this meetup, the next one is scheduled for February 10th at 1:30 pm. We don't have presenters yet so let me know if you have something to show off. We hope to see you there!
This Sunday TX/RX labs ...
The 6th meeting of the Recreational Computer Programming Group was held on June 9th, 2013 at Houston's hackerspace, TX/RX Labs.
Chris Ertel presented an interesting web app from the Multi Robot Systems Lab at Rice University which allows you to control a simulated swarm of robots to perform ...
This past Sunday, September 8th, 2013, the 9th meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held at TX/RX Labs. Patrick Wheeler discussed stream processing with pull based acyclic graphs using the Pipes package in Haskell. There was some discussion about how this way of doing things might ...
This past Sunday, July 14th, 2013, the 7th meeting of the Recreational Computer Programming Group convened to discuss the latest goings on in local Recreational Computer Programming activities.
This past Sunday, Feb. 10th, the 2nd meeting of the Recreational Computer Programming Group was held. Chris Ertel showed us some cool effects dynamically applied to webcam output via OpenGL shaders, and some interesting procedurally generated maps for some sort of zombie infection game. Marlin Mixon demonstrated an Android app ...
The third meeting of the Recreational computer group took place today, March 10, 2013, and was well attended. Edwin G. presented some slides about the ant colony optimization algorithm which has applications in scheduling, routing and other areas. He also presented some information about the Maven build system used by ...
This month at RCPG, Stephen presented a program for creating crazy sounds similar to the THX sound. Using the mouse you can control the pitch and dissonance of a generated sound wave. He also put together a youtube video showing off his program (here or embedded at the bottom of ...
The 17th meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held this past Sunday, May 11th, 2014. Once again, pretty good turnout and plenty of cool things were presented.
Stephen Cameron presented his ongoing progress on the fake fluid dynamics work that he presented previously at the April 2014 ...
Another meeting of the Houston Recreational Computer Programming Group was held this past Sunday, June 8th, 2014. We had a great turnout this time, if we get many more people showing up, we'll be needing to find a bigger room.
Patrick Wheeler presented some modifications he's made to ...
At this months recreational computer programming group we discovered that you can solve any problem using general artificial intelligence and hope, but then we immediately abandoned this pursuit when we realized that we could not implement it in pure CSS.
MS Paint in the Holographic Universe
Chris C. presented an ...
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