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lol... it could be a huge asset to Intelligence agencies, a way to slip information anywhere unnoticed, like bacteria on a innocent looking piece of paper with a recipe for puff-pastries on it... Until a freak sterilises the paper with a lysol spray
Interesting but quite useless lol. Bacteria are very easy to grow, consequently their growth is hard to control. You have to give them nutrients and extract metabolism derived toxins. Ya you could freeze-dry them and keep them on a slide, but it would be very fragile. And integrating the information...
- Sat Feb 24, 2007 7:13 am
- Forum: Indigo General Stuff
- Topic: MAXWELL MULTILIGHT ™
- Replies: 9
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I know nothing about rendering but i have an idea. During one render, they just save all the rays from one light to one "layer" or "buffer" or "whadayacallit". So each light has a layer which are saved in an HDR format to keep all the information. The layers can then be blended after. So lets apply ...
Example: "Hello" encoded to bin gives 0110100001100101011011000110110001101111 this encoded to hex (pure bytes) gives 3031313031303030303131303031303130313130313130303031313031313 030303131303131313100 encoded to hex (escaped byte) gives %33%30%33%31%33%31%33%30%33%31%33%30%33%30%33%30% 33%30%33%31%...
lol... i did this once on my WoW guild forum. I posted an innocent little binary code and then it started a whole encoded conversation rage where we encoded the code of the code and had to find out what was the encoding order to decode it and get the silly message like "dr00ds r00l" lol It lasted a ...
- Sun Feb 18, 2007 2:53 am
- Forum: Bugs and Requests
- Topic: [BUG] Indigo auto-immune reaction T_T
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1653
I exported a scene with the latest blender experter, idited the xml to get the SSS mat i wated but it wont render. I keep getting the error Found unexpected element "ior" in element "medium" . Im like "what the hell..." I checked the xml and everything was ok. I then removed the ior element just to ...