My nephew has been into Minecraft since he was 3/4
As someone that learned to program at the age of 4/5 in C64 BASIC (copying games out of magazines line-by-line), I feel that Minecraft is the perfect avenue for empowering the developing mind in a way that will allow them to step back and consider a program's architecture/structure. Something that I feel is much more important than shoving syntax down someone's throat. (i.e. no kid likes cursive)
I think the solution will be power-assist trailers that use hub motors. Your trailer should be stacked with solar panels and charge itself and the truck continuously and potentially includes a generator already.
- Grow large, forcing an optimization of weight
- Wrong move! Environmental pressures prefer small
- Small and optimized for weight
- Oh shit, we can sort of fly!
- ???? = Ad views
So what you're saying is, don't go getting all Hyöty Työty on us just because you think you've cured cancer
Looks like the perfect controller for a backpack scouting drone.
And if you believe in panspermia, could this mean an investigation of ancient life cell sizes could give clues as to the specific gravity that designed that cell, hinting at the gravity environment they may have originated from?
Does this mean that a specific gravity is a requirement for cell formation? Lowering the gravity should allow for larger stable cells up until a certain point, correct?
.. then they could advertise much cheaper prices, get people in the door, and sell multiple range options based on the batteries they could afford/lease.
Mod parent up. BTSync is a useful, low-maintenance/headache sync implementation.
If you look at Apple's product line, their smart watch would probably fit in mainly as an iOS/OS X remote, letting you connect to all of your iTunes-account-connected devices. Apple TV remote (with accelerometer), autologin/unlock within range, notifications from all of your devices aggregated(?), GPS, maybe some way to access Spotlight on all devices and Siri to tie everything together. Apps would mainly use notifications to work with the device. Home automation and security systems could be interesting.
You can limit it to VPN and sync folders peer-to-peer. It monitors and syncs changes for you, and is great for making a redundant backup/dropbox-type distribution system.
The printed object itself may be unbound from copyright violation, but if the object is deemed art and the motion of the printer is considered the performance of said art, then will we inevitably end up with something like a Spotify for 3D printing? This would classify the live printing of the object as a violation.
Load up the UI/interface, find a very specific piece of functionality, and then find the UI hooks in the code and work backwards from there. Repeat for another function that involves something completely different, i.e. access control/data/rendering/logic.
Once you are comfortable with that process, you are ready to absorb from the top-down.