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Author: Kevin

Zombie Apocolypse

So I saw a friend playing a zombie game, as usual, a first person shooter where every zombie spawns new ammo boxes (yes!) and more gold to buy weapons that are conveniently located on wall. The more I think about it, the more interesting the idea of zombies are, however,…

Rubik’s Cubes

I was first introduced to the 3×3 Rubik’s Cube when I was in 6th grade, and it interested me greatly. I was puzzled on how complicated the cube seemed, yet the speed at which one could solve it. After Googling, I had found a very good website that taught me…

Tesseract

So that past few days, I’ve got interested in character recognition. After searching, the best open-source program is Tesseract, which scored in the topĀ 3 OCR engines in 1995. On the Tesseract homepage, there are downloads for it, and it comes in many different languages. If the text was clear, the…

Sim City 4 Tips

Having to do the a Sim City for Future City was really time consuming and confusing. There were so many things you had to keep track of, people to please, pollution to reduce, and money to be balanced. It consisted of many trials and errors, and more countless saves, including…

Future City 2013

Future City was a real eye opener for me. It was as time consuming as Robotics was for our school, hours of work, but still the joy of having fun. Future City consisted of four parts: The Sim City The Essay The Model The Presentation The Sim City was a…