> On 13-Dec-2006, at 16:21, Mattijs Kneppers wrote:
> > Not that I know of, but you could make something pretty easily
> Is anyone keeping score?
> Ray should offer prizes for smallest and most flexible solutions.
> Say, a meal at Chez Gerard near Victoria.
That would be awesome. From a pre-announced moment, people submit solutions during one day. To determine the winner, time of posting after launch, originality, flexibility, cpu-efficiency and of course size (on screen and in text) will be taken into account.
I would definitely participate! Already drooling on possible problems :D..
Btw, if the prize is a meal in NY, has someone got a spare bed? I'll pay the beer.
> > I agree, Jeremy wins. Although Stephans addition makes it better.
> > Only, Stephan, you shouldn't have added an extra output to the
> > trigger, I liked that part in Jeremey's patch.
> Or what about splitting new and old? (and if you need a trigger use a
> Stefan (with the f...)
Hi Stefan (sorry about the ph),
A nice improvement. I would do the trigger Jeremy's way though (note the [t i i 1] has one less i compared to Stefan's). Updating the coll and outputting through the gate don't have to be in sync. It even has some educational value.. :)
That would be a nice test! Would you care do it for us? Let a qmetro empty some uzi's on the patch/js and see what the maximum framerate is in both cases. Or do it with a fixed metro and see what the avarage cpu usage is on both cases. I'm curious!
Why not ? But I am moving from my apartment this week and I don't have any more computer with Max/MSP here. The computer that I use today for mail and so on has no installed operating system so I am using a K-ubuntu Linux live CD :)