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IGK 2013 - My Photos
Silly Venture 2012 - My Photos
7-9 Dec 2012 in Gdańsk, Poland, another interesting event took place - Silly Venture 2012 - Atari demoscene party. Here are my photos:
Although I'm not a fan of Atari platform, as I'm too young to remember the time when it was commonly used (my first computer was 286 PC), I like this kind of events because of nice people I can meet there and the "demoscene spirit" that can there be felt.
I must also admit that the Atari demoscene looks very strong. They have several parties in Poland every year (Głuchołazy, Grzybsoniada, Silly Venture, ...) and lots of productions submitted to many different categories in the competition. This party was international - there were people from Finland, Czech Republic and other countries and all the official announcements, as well as intro videos were in two languages - Polish and English.
The party was very well organized, especially comparing to RiverWash or WeCan multiplatform demoparty. It was in a school where lots of chairs and tables available allowed to bring, setup and present many computers, a classroom was adapted as sleeping room, we were given paper voting forms so we could enter our votes as we watched the productions, we had unlimited beer, limousine ride and other atractions - all included in the ticket fee... So, thanks a lot and see you next year!
IGK-9'2012 - Photo Gallery
Here are my photos from the IGK-9'2012 conference:
|Games from Compo|
|Slides about Sphere Tracing|
Copernicus Science Centre
Some time ago this year I've been in Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw. It's a huge interactive museum presenting numerous experiments from different fields of science. Of course for me most interesting was the stuff related to images, shapes and colors. There was a long queue near the entrance of the building and visiting all the exhibits - even briefly, took a lot of time, but still if you come to Warsaw and have a whole free day, I really recommend visiting Copernicus Science Centre. Here are my photos: Centrum Nauki Kopernik @ Picasa:
WGK 2011 - Links
WGK 2011 - First National Conference on Computer Games Development - took place 2-4 September 2011 at Gdańsk University Of Technology. It's time to aggregate links to information and multimedia about this event:
WGK 2011 - My Photos
IGK Conference - My Photos
Here are my photos from 8th Polish Game Engineering Conference (VIII Ogólnopolska Konferencja Inżynierii Gier Komputerowych) IGK-8'2011 - a gallery at Picasaweb:
How to Equally Blend Multiple Images in GIMP
During my today's walk on Warsaw I took many different photos. Some of them were series of photos of a road from exactly same place, with a purpose of merging them together into a single photo. My idea was to just average the color of each pixel, so it should be like:
out = 1/4 * (img + img + img + img)
But how to do this in GIMP? There is no such filter AFAIK. An obvious solution is to use blending - Mode and Opacity settings for layers - but it turns out to be not so simple. Each layer blends with a merged image from beneath it, so instead of average formula above we have to refer to a formula for blending (linear interpolation), which is:
out[i] = t[i] * img[i] + (1-t[i]) * out[i+1]
i is a layer index 0..(n-1), indexed from the topmost layer,
t[i] is Opacity parameter for layer i.
After expanding it for 4 layers, the formula becomes:
t * img0 + (1-t) * (
t * img1 + (1-t) * (
t * img2 + (1-t) * (
t * img3 + (1-t) * 0
Finally, after doing some math with pen and paper, I calculated that to equally blend (average) n images in GIMP, you should:
By the way, I've found a website where panorama photos can be uploaded for free and interactively viewed using just Flash. Here is my profile: reg | Panogio.