Stanley79

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Stanley79 last won the day on July 14 2010

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  1. Stanley79

    A Trail of Droplets

    With the bus service there, imagine you get to UBC and SFU pretty fast. I'm about 1 hr each way from UW. Community college down the street does have a nice anime day.
  2. Stanley79

    Python Based Text Game

    JohnnyDT, Python is a computer programming language that's gained popularity over the last decade.
  3. This site provides more comfort than any other i know of.
  4. Supposedly Hulk Hansom wrote this game to demonstrate the gap between games and reality. Be prepared to be insulted. This game can be played on line or via an interpreter from a Linux repository or from http://brasslantern.org/players/howto/tadownload-c.html The game itself downloads from https://ifdb.tads.org/viewgame?id=f9jkiwt1ae9g5c1g After saving the game to the download folder and using the frotz interpreter via a terminal window a player starts the game by typing frotz /home/user_name/Downloads/DontPeeYourself.z8 correcting that path according to the computer's file structure.
  5. Stanley79

    Python Based Text Game

    I'd love to play a game like this. However. I know almost nothing about game writing or software. Curiosity: would a game engine simplify the task and make writing multiple games easier? There seem to be a number of free engines -- maybe none suitable: Ren'Py (consisting of Ren'Py, Ren'Py Demo and The Question). Ren'Py is the engine, Ren'Py Demon the tutorial and The Question a simple game to be dissected for learning the engine. It needs still images. But they don't have to amount to much. Blender is primarily animation and appears massive overkill for a text game. MAME is mainly for arcades -- probably weak in text support. Have not figured out what sort of games play on SLUDGE. SPRING seems mainly for on-line battle games. More using Python at https://www.gamefromscratch.com/post/2018/09/13/Python-Game-Engines.aspx INSTEAD looks promising for text games. But it's not Python based.
  6. Stanley79

    Science of a Wet Night

    Do you write fiction or scrips? Your dream has better plot coherence than things we used when I worked in Independent television. But that was long ago. After TV I mostly worked as an engineer's technician. That involved testing "signal conditioning subsystems" containing Wheatstone bridges, differential amplifiers, instrumentation amplifies, active low-pass filters and bridge-type notch (60-hz reject) filters. Presumably, your system does not require all that between the sensor and the Arduino. However, trying a 44,000-ohm at room temperature thermistor into a high-impedance voltmeter gave 3:1 errors from fields picked up by my body. Using it into a differential amplifier followed by an active low-pass filter should correct. If you're not this deep into the analog side, don't worry. For lurkers wondering what language I'm writing in, I'd intended to reference active filters built around operational amplifiers. At least for Arduino, digital filters have almost completely replaced active filters. Searching on Arduino digital filters brings up many, many free download hits. These require no added parts and no soldering. Things requiring soldering: Wheatstone bridge http://home.wlu.edu/~ericksonj/circuits_f2018/labs/WheatstoneBridge_f2018.pdf https://masteringelectronicsdesign.com/measure-a-wheatstone-bridge-sensor-signal-with-an-adc/ differential amplifier https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/284055/operational-amplifier-circuit-signal-to-0-5-v https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/45682/simple-op-amp-differential-amplifier Instrumentation amplifier http://www.skillbank.co.uk/arduino/measure3.htm https://www.edn.com/design/analog/4322833/The-right-way-to-use-instrumentation-amplifiers Active filter. The engineers who kept me as a pet didn't use these unless needing an anti-aliasing (pre-sampling) filter. Some used only the Nyquest rule (regularly producing 20% errors from ignoring details). Others applied 600-page volumes on the Shannon's fine points (usually good to 1%, but when producing design errors, producing enormous errors due to arithmetic slips). https://circuitdigest.com/tutorial/active-low-pass-filter https://hackaday.com/2017/03/08/dont-fear-the-filter-lowpass-edition/
  7. Stanley79

    A Trail of Droplets

    One of you great tellings! The first college I attended expected very proper behavior. Can't help imagining you in that conservative place where you wouldn't fit at all (neither did I). BTW, do you ever stay closer to home, such as a coffee house, and watch free university lectures on a lap top?
  8. Stanley79

    Fun activities to do while desperate

    Guess my activities belong in usual-stuff set: watch silent movies, single-layer video games (so my fumbles won't mess up teammates' experiences), Hilary Page bricks (Lego bricks), walks in the dark and pretend sleepovers with my plushy friends. The yoga, taking practice exams and gauntlet/key activities sound fun challenging.
  9. Stanley79

    Science of a Wet Night

    Irreverend, Good that the project continues in the background. I've worked in environments where engineers and applications scientists return from vacations and write madly in their notebooks. They were not working during their vacations. But getting away from a project freshens perspective. A means of keeping a thermistor where it needs to be on a male still eludes me. (That is to say a simple, inexpensive and non-distracting means.) Cheers
  10. Stanley79

    Science of a Wet Night

    I'm not sure where I expected this topic to go. But I've missed it.
  11. Stanley79

    Live Action Omorashi

    Cassini, Would you drink two cups water for starters? Then drink one cup every 15 minutes until you have until you have added four cups to you hydtation? If you are extremely brave, consider a business proving something requiring substantial time. A pharmacy assistant did it to me earlier today. No customer restroom in the place. Usually, customers cross the street for a Thai tea and appatizer. But the place remains closed Wednesdays. Maybe the Chinese or vietnamese cafes offer something light. But would rather be more acquainted before buying a soup or salad as entry fee to their restrooms. Anyway, the 20 minutes really was 20 minutes. Maybe I'll do a wait while getting a hair cut.
  12. Great dynamic between the principle characters. Two characters disliking each other's approach, yet somehow proceeding to a positive resolution -- great! Hope you write more in the same environment.
  13. Stanley79

    Bladder Control

    Bladder control pharmacy style: Arriving at the pharmacy, I'd already dribbled twice and found they had no customer restrooms. OK. I'm wearing a diaper and only leaking a little. The pharmacist's assistant informed me the refill I'd requested Monday was not yet ready. She continued, "Don't worry, we can have it done in twenty minutes. Just sit right there." She pointed to a chair visible from half the customer area. Sitting forced out a spurt. I'm thinking, "What? I never asked her to control my bladder. Given the very thin diaper, can it last another twenty minutes without overflowing? No place to change the diaper! Rot! Once I've received the medication, can I reach home without the diaper overflowing?" Somehow, the whole thing worked OK. I arrived home in dry clothing.
  14. Stanley79

    WW2 peeing stories

    Sorry. None. However. During the circa 2000 Gulf War USA soldiers practiced their military-occupation skills while wearing chemical-hazard suits. This included in mixed groups. I don't know how they deal with waste. good subject for research or fiction. Other such subjects include erecting communications relay towers on wide-open land. A fear setting subject could be misled hitting nearby The fiction All the Light We Cannot See includes two pees set in late WWII hostilities. The second involves mild holding.
  15. Stanley79

    Holding for your Alpha (omegaverse story)

    Wow! A symbolic social-sexual commentary plus intense erotic sex built on a deeply fan-involved alternative world!