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Monitor and coloring pad

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Author: Paradigm 29

Group: Default

Filesize: 16.9 kB

Date added: 2009-03-23

Rating: 8

Downloads: 1117

Views: 1676

Comments: 9

Ratings: 12

Times favored: 0

Made with: Phun


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The display will mimic the colors of whatever you put into the pad. This took alot of work (128 custom variables). Have Phun with it though.
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Title Author Rating Downloads Comments Date added
Color display Paradigm 29 9 (44 votes) 4447 26 2009/03/22 22:07:15
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cool _o_
but it's not switching back to transparent again after the objects pass through the pad
one tip: make some sort of refresh device, like a transparent polygon that sweeps the entire pad at a high speed
EDIT: but that would be tricky to do, as it would disorganize the sensors:/

well good luck ^^
Last edited at 2009/03/23 06:06:24 by xxGLHRMxx
Looks like it might make a good radar.

and good idea frank
@xxGLHRMxx: I made a refreshing device. The reason I took it out is because whenever it refreshes the whole scene pauses for 1 or 2 seconds, so it wasn't even worth it to refresh.
Very cool! I wish I was better at the whole scripting thing...
eehh can you make a movie whith phun??

ps. 10/10
Last edited at 2009/04/06 18:44:59 by ianno
Wow! Great idea! :) 10/10
128 variables? That's not necessary!;) Create a simple array with 128 entries and link to the different indices. A1 would be, A2 would be and so on...:lol:
Last edited at 2009/04/24 23:13:11 by Otacon140.96
awsome_o_ :tup: