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About zeon23445

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  • Birthday 10/26/1996

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  • Interests
    I like to program in c# however Lua is the love of my life, and gave me 255,000 Game players.
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Computer Science
  • Occupation
    Creative Director for Ariser Studio
  1. So I am really into algorithms and i have been researching pathfinding and the various algorithms and methodology behind it. After some very intruiging research i have gotten down to the nitty-gritty of making my own algorithm and I am happy to announce i have a working algorithm for any obstacle and [in theory] it takes less steps and time than traditional pathfinding algorithms (such as A* and Dijkstra's algorithm) . for ex.) I had set up a 100x100 "tile" maze and after 6 steps into the algorithm it had a definite path from the start to finish. As far as i know 6 steps is very impressiv
  2. Perhaps I should be more clear as to what I am asking, besides what the title suggests. Lately i have heard of how particles can become incoherent with other particles in the universe, because they vibrate at different frequencies, and typically when I [myself] think of a vibration i think of a object or a wave transitioning in a normal direction- So when i thought about this I also thought "Is a vibration limited to a 3 Dimensional Space", with my own logic i have come to the answer "no" because I can simulate it in a computer program I make, and as i programmer i think of different situation
  3. So heres my conundrum- if light can bend, doesn't that mean its velocity is changing, and therefor accelerating? My theory is that when it hits a gravity field the gravitons fragment the light, which makes it break up in multiple directions without slowing down. Am i right? Im confused because if it was the idea that its following the curveture in space then wouldnt that mean their are perpendicular curvetures to it that cancel it out?
  4. Lets not get agead of ourselves and thnk of future progocal and regulation concerning data management and the rights of the individual- 1.) They wont implant anyones consiousness inside a machine, nor will they wholy house or transfer a active covnitive process across the world (aka not the internet) The reason is data can be lost through a connection, natural disaster that destroys hardware, and other various innumerable variables. The ideal place to have any true cognitive process running is in a simulated enviroment, or a mimical AI designed to be housed in a "android" or roboti
  5. Im sorry i meant to reply. I can see that short terms they would be using drivers, and a uncommon architecture. Long term i think they will patent the software cor business use and the headset market could then have a common (or perdominate) architecture.
  6. Is there a computer language that can be more efficient? The only other I've heard of that's more viable than binary is a quantum computer language (forgot the name, pretty sure its called Dynamic Binary)
  7. Can you expand a little bit on the concept of orthogonal space?
  8. Can someone explain to me mathematically, in terms of Axis, and or in word form what the 5Th dimension is? Please don't say its spiritual unless you are somehow speaking on biocentrism >.>
  9. I'll answer this with another sence of mathematics. Let's say you have a program, like any other, confounded to be only 2D in whatever shape it makes. Let's say, that we decided to make a 3D plotting program that plotted points on the screen and assigned it a global position (according to absolute size on screen compared to position) and a size. The size, determines a plane. So we scale it to 3x3 and we make sure our clients camera (our individual view of this 3D world) is centered at this scaled objects axis. Once we rotate the view (again on that objects axis) we see how the object moves
  10. I was wondering what you all think robotics in the 2030`s will look like
  11. Is there an equation for wormholes, and can anyone break it down for me?
  12. Hi, I just had a question in my mind, What creates Deja Vu? We we know a couple things. Many have speculated different theories on the subject (e.g, There's a delay in data modelling images from 1 eye to thr next giving a 'Memory' type feeling of what your seeing). But not all of the Daja Vu can really be explained. Michio Kaku even has his own theory here: My hypothesis: The Brains attempt to succesfully make a datamodel of the future (Much like when someone makes a data model of a pants color, and they expect to see that color again when they see the pants) When the
  13. I'm trying to make a simulated evolution chain with the Lua Programming language. Where would you guys start?
  14. Okay so here's the problem floating around in my head. Everything we see, and do is 3D. Everything. And mathematics was a medium to create the 2D, and 1D world. But how can we percieve anyrhing but the 3D world? Our brain makes a image with the data model its given from the eyes. And the eyes catch light bouncing off objects. The 1D is made up of lines. And the 2D is made up of overlapping lines. And according to the progression of mathematics, the 3D is comprised off overlapping 2D planes. Which creates depth. But all we see, or do will be 3D. The datamodel for a 2D plane is an illusio
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