[757labs] html5/js pair programming?
sync.demon at gmail.com
Mon Apr 25 09:23:00 EDT 2011
The comment about jquery was a bit of a joke. Sounds like you might need a
math major more than someone familiar with the specific programming end, if
you need accurate graphical data of any sort. It's not really my specialty.
I barely know the results graphing X raised to powers.
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 9:07 AM, Steve Nelson <snelson at webapper.com> wrote:
> I need.
> What I need help with is basic trigonometry. It's been 20 years since I
> asked a teacher "when will I EVER need trigonometry?!"
> I'm working on a simulator to search for a new shape for a solar reflector
> that doesn't physically move to track the sun, instead it bounces light
> around and focuses the light based on the curve of the reflector. It'll
> probably have to try 50 billion different curves before it finds the best
> one. Once it does, I plan on feeding the coordinates into a CNC machine to
> make the reflectors then use the heat to boil water and turn a steam engine.
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 2:34 AM, Samuel Peterson <sync.demon at gmail.com>wrote:
>> The secret is jquery. I just got done with some web development tonight.
>> I'm fairly familiar with most of the components of the canvas tag in HTML5,
>> what do you need ideas of?
>> On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 12:40 AM, Steve Nelson <snelson at webapper.com>wrote:
>>> I haven't met most of you, but I plan on joining the 757labs this week.
>>> Anyway, I'm working on a pretty complex html5 canvas app and I'd certainly
>>> love a fellow programmer to throw some ideas off of. I'll be happy to teach
>>> anyone what I know about html5 canvas development. Most of my struggle is
>>> trigonometry related.
>>> Any takers?
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