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Did Ferris ever release the tool from the demotivation video?

category: general [glöplog]
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9Obe-Xg35o&list=PL-sXmdrqqYYeyUpx7BvKXpcw8E bFQLR70&index=1

He said all the while back he would release it but I don't see it on his github. Maybe someone else from logicoma has it?

That part I found interesting was the little JIT he had set up so that he could easily seek around the timeline. I'd love to see how he implemented that.
added on the 2018-05-07 07:19:41 by baordog baordog
there is one person who could answer that for sure!
added on the 2018-05-07 08:38:34 by farfar farfar
Nope, it's not released yet, and probably won't be for some time. We will release our tools individually over time.

Also to clarify: the JIT is not to jump around time; the sequencer (rocket currently) handles that and provides time and animation curves to the CPU code. The JIT runs behind the operator grid and allows us to change CPU code on the fly.
added on the 2018-05-07 08:59:26 by ferris ferris
Rocket is a publicly available tool btw, one of the few pieces of tech we didn't make ourselves. :)
added on the 2018-05-07 09:00:32 by ferris ferris
I'd suggest you check out https://make-a-demo-tool-in-rust.github.io/, which has some neat explanations and example code
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I'd suggest you check out https://make-a-demo-tool-in-rust.github.io/, which has some neat explanations and example code


indeed! Especially the JIT there may be relevant to you, as that was based on the one in demotivation actually.
added on the 2018-05-07 13:22:10 by ferris ferris
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Nope, it's not released yet, and probably won't be for some time. We will release our tools individually over time.

Also to clarify: the JIT is not to jump around time; the sequencer (rocket currently) handles that and provides time and animation curves to the CPU code. The JIT runs behind the operator grid and allows us to change CPU code on the fly.


Have a link for rocket? Couldn't find it on github just searching around
added on the 2018-05-07 16:54:35 by baordog baordog
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Nope, it's not released yet, and probably won't be for some time. We will release our tools individually over time.

Also to clarify: the JIT is not to jump around time; the sequencer (rocket currently) handles that and provides time and animation curves to the CPU code. The JIT runs behind the operator grid and allows us to change CPU code on the fly.


Have a link for rocket? Couldn't find it on github just searching around


nvm found it!

Thanks a bunch and love the videos.
added on the 2018-05-07 16:55:23 by baordog baordog
..and here's the link, in case others (stumbling upon this thread) would like to find it more easily: https://github.com/rocket/rocket
added on the 2018-05-07 18:36:32 by gloom gloom
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Thanks a bunch and love the videos.


<3
added on the 2018-05-08 09:26:38 by ferris ferris

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