"jr" <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> wow. _v_ cool. (I'm turning that shade of green again.. :-))
I just took a stab at it, and had a few moments where I was feeling like I had
bit off more than I could chew. As you can imagine, I get that feeling often.
I kinda get how it works - the gist - but there are a few things that I haven't
cleared up, and I haven't looked at the binary heap optimization part.
I basically just edited the code and kept running it and hacking it until it ran
> hope you'll publish "a tutorial" on the topic.
I will not, until I have something significantly different from the code I
Other stuff at:
Sebastian Lague: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZfyt03LDH4
Daniel Schiffman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaZxUCWAjb0
Now with regard to TdG's desire to erode terrain, I wanted to find a heightfield
that I could use to run a height-driven A* algorithm on, and wouldn't you know
it - I found a bunch of interesting links.
Sebastian Lague: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaXk97ujbPQ
and lots more, I'm sure.
Since this is essentially a cost-optimization algorithm, I was also thinking
that maybe this kind of thing could be used to trace electrical circuits, or
something like that.
Also, conducting erosion on a 3D objects could give more interesting clouds if
rendered as a df3.
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