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    posted a message on [1.10.2]+ How to code Custom 3D armor Models : Tutorial By SenpaiSubaraki
    Thanks. I finally got my model working. Now my problem is the fact that the model is way too small. And then I don't know how much bigger I should make the parts for my new model (unless I can somehow scale it, the float for the scale didn't work for me)

    EDIT: the scales in the client proxy only scale the biped parts (not the additional parts of the custom armor)

    EDIT 2: can you increase the size of the biped in Techne so you can make your model around that and then would be just the right size for ingame?
    Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
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    posted a message on Scale Techne Model Partially
    How can I scale part of my Techne model so that other parts will remain unchanged? My armor model was fairly smaller than what I had expect, but only a part of the model I have a problem with. I tried GL11 scales in the render method; however, that scales it all.

    Thanks in advance.
    Posted in: Modification Development
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    posted a message on [1.10.2]+ How to code Custom 3D armor Models : Tutorial By SenpaiSubaraki
    Quote from spirttomb

    Maybe something like, setting a boolean to true or false by "invoking the certain action". Example:
    if(isrotationactive == false) {
    this.bipedChest.addChild(<chestname>);
    }
    if(isrotationactive == true) {
    }

    And under the constructor add:
    boolean isrotationactive;

    And finally make the action set the boolean to true when you want to rotate it.


    I see thanks.

    And another quick question, if you are using the head, body, etc. of the original biped model in your custom armor, should you still remove them in the model file? (Reference to "Preparing the Model/On to setting the model")
    Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
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    posted a message on Type1 Anarchy: Mechs Guns Missiles Laizorz -Alpha Download-
    Quote from Khlorghaal

    It's in alpha. What do you think I've been doing



    Next release will be 1.7.2
    Also if I've not bragged about mentioned yet that nukes will have realistic smoke plumes that interact with one another and that all particles will be gpu accelerated - that

    Damn. Nice job on this mod. Personally, I think you should focus more on the content and functionality first and then work on optimization and cool technical stuff after. Thats just my opinion though. Either way, can't wait for the later versions (and eventually official release)
    Posted in: WIP Mods
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    posted a message on [Forge] Domini Ex Machina(mech mod) [it is back!] (more) coders needed
    ....while a model is nice and all, it won't be convincing until it is actually in the game and works.
    Though, if you pull this off, I'll buy you a beer (or soda depending on your age).
    Posted in: WIP Mods
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    posted a message on [1.10.2]+ How to code Custom 3D armor Models : Tutorial By SenpaiSubaraki
    I have a model that has additional "parts" that rotate with the torso. However, I also need them to be able to rotate around another point when a certain action is invoke (while still being rotated with torso). Do you know of anyway to do this?

    And also btw, great tutorial. Nice job.
    Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
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    posted a message on Custom build for MC?

    If you want to do that, but not everyone wants to risk their parts. That should never be something that we recommend: "Well, you could get Product A but Product B is cheaper and will be the same if you overclock"

    Plus Product B will be better too if you overclock, so yeah, Product B is still be better.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Which Lenovo Laptop Should I Get For Gaming And School
    The Y510P is probably the best laptop in his price range. For $1200 (on the side, click more models), you get a 4th gen Core i7 which helps alot with battery consumption, NVIDIA GTX 755M in SLI (which will kill your battery life, but just make sure to plug it in when playing games), 8GB of RAM which is all you ever need for just gaming and light productivity, Blu-Ray drive if you use those, a 1080P screen that looks better than most imo, and Windows 8 that can be upgraded to 8.1 for free. And its sleek.

    I took a quick glance at it, while you could get something around the same price with a bit better gpu, the sli 755m will be able to outperform it.

    But if you can, I would wait for the Y50 to be release because apparently it will be much better and have models with 4K displays (though you won't be able to game in 4K at reasonable framerate so you will have to switch down to 1080P res)
    Posted in: Hardware & Software Support
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    posted a message on The best technologic gift for christmas 2013
    Quote from karlzhao314

    It's nice watching YouTube on a bug screen though.

    I have a separate HDMI (using a dvi to hdmi adpter since my tv does have dvi) cable that links to my tv derp.

    Quote from Hakumisoso

    mmm

    such bug, much screen


    lol
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Any good ideas for science projects?
    Quote from Hakumisoso

    I have never seen a teacher say
    "go do a science project "

    That was my teacher lol.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Any good ideas for science projects?
    Quote from Hakumisoso

    It falls under an extraneous category that less people partake in, so you have a larger chance of winning.


    OP, this is for a science fair? In that case, don't do my project. With all the gun violence and stuff going on, I don't think people would feel safe with a projectile shooting basically an iron nail at very high speeds. If they let you then sure, but make sure to ask first.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on The best technologic gift for christmas 2013
    Quote from Miiralion

    By "Best" Do you mean realistic or simply the best possible thing?

    I interpret it as the best possible gift that you can actually imagine yourself getting (so the average person who has a logical mind cannot expect getting two or three Lamborghinis and a mansion)

    Quote from karlzhao314

    My vote goes to Chromecast as well. 35 bucks can't get you anything much cooler or more useful.

    I should go buy one to try it out. Though I wouldn't have much use for it since I mainly use youtube and that I can do with my PC (but its only $35 so why not, I could always give it to somebody else as a gift if I dont like it)
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Any good ideas for science projects?
    Or a slightly more challenging one that I did last year.
    Make a coilgun and determine the velocity/acceleration of the projectile in relation to how many "layers" the coil is made of.

    To eliminate variable, the coilgun must be the same, capacitors must be completely charged, speed must be measured (with an accelerometer), and use the same projectile, etc.

    It is a fun, but dangerous experiment though. (lethal amounts of electricity are needed to get any noticeable results)
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on The best technologic gift for christmas 2013
    For me and this holiday, a nice pair of headphones.

    just got a pair of Sennheiser HD 439s for $40 ($100 MSRP)
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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    posted a message on Headphone + DAC & Amp or Just Better Headphones?
    Quote from SpartanBlockhead

    Depends on what headphones you have now.

    Only the finest of finest there is to offer

    It is.....

    The earbuds that came with my Samsung Galaxy S4 derp.

    And besides, I am getting a pair of headphones either way, just wondering if I should get just a good headphone for $80 or a okayish $30 headphone with a external DAC.
    Posted in: Computer Science and Technology
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