In the past few nights, I have finalized a program to help Ziggy, Sharon, and Toad with their Vibrations project.
In short, my program allows the full physical simulation and visualization of systems of floating, hexagonal platforms on the ocean. It also allows the generation of any ocean wave system, with appropriate effects on the pods.
I won't go into detail, but this is the most indepth program I have ever written, possessing over over 25 classes and using 3 secondary programs. It is also data-file driven. With that you may click here to download it or simply enjoy this screenshot (below the fold).
I'm glad to see someone is decorating their house in the spirit of Christmas. Perhaps the bell tower needs a little work...
I am finally registered for the Spring, and my final semester here at my beloved school. The only 3 courses I am required to take to finish with my CSE degree and two minors are Program Translation, Microcomputer Design, and Intro to Poly-Sci. The others I have added for jollies, and may drop if I feel they are too much effort. I'm hoping to see a good honors crew in Brit Lit 2, and enjoy hitting things in Karate. For all of you who haven't done your Kine credit yet, take Karate and you may decide you want to take it every semester.
With that advice, I leave you, dear reader, with an image of my schedule (visible below the fold).