As much as I didn’t focus on the local market, it ended up in DailyStar.
This is part of a series I am doing based on Construct 2 that teaches game development to beginners and non-programmers alike. Such tutorial can also be useful to understand the basics of programming, what more fun way to learn than making games. Estimated time to make : 20 Minutes.
CHAPTER 1: MAKING A SIMPLE 2D CAR GAME ( I believe everyone can create great things)
Just some Isometric Cinema 4D practicing. The room should reflect that of a minimalist computer security enthusiast. Get a better look at : http://gearspec.deviantart.com/art/Minimal-Developer-661154935
So I have been practicing C4D for a while now and decided to do some isometric stuff. Since I got hooked on it from my last game. Environment Design for my second game, may be an alternate story to Half Life. Scene represents a Refueling Depot for the Protagonist. The Dune Buggy from Half Life with just the chassis is found by the protagonist and slowly modified in to a hotRod.
This is a little tech demo I made to check out Unity. Check it out on GameJolt : http://gamejolt.com/games/offroad-scientist/168174
So I thought of practicing some gamedev skills by making a map for CS:GO.
Map Created by : Gearspecs (http://www.LibreGarage.com)
Download from : http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=948727101
or Game Banana : http://gamebanana.com/maps/195806
Official Discussion forum : https://www.facebook.com/groups/csgobd
This Raspberr Pi & Arduino Project was done as Research Work, Imagine Cup Competition Project for Independent University Bangladesh
Published Paper Link: iEEE Page .Full Presentation : Here
The research has been targeted towards emergency rescue services in the event of a road accident. The project focuses on building an infrastructure which vehicle safety authorities can implement to enhance the reporting of vehicle crashes, provide post-crash analysis using motion sensors, record of the event in image sequences and reduce the time it takes for emergency rescue services to arrive at the crash location.
The research has the project to build a solar powered, low cost, fully fledged computer server from off-the-shelf components which will act as a network infrastructure for data collection, sharing and network distribution in rural areas of Bangladesh, even where electricity consistency is an issue.
In this step by step tutorial we shall learn how to setup a couple of Raspberry Pi’s to create a small cluster.It will discuss the hardware details, the process, basic OpenMP and Parallel how to connect them and write a basic C++ program to make them work together. We assume you already have the C++ knowledge necessary to take it further. Hope it helps. Link: (with download PDF) : http://libregarage.com/tutorials/raspi_openMP.html