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Head's up guys: starting version 3.2.2 uTorrent is going to have ads in the client. I don't know about you guys, but I'm kind of averse to ads in my stuff if I don't care enough to "pay" through ads.

It depends on how intrusive they are.

If it is like animetake's or 6moon audios website without adblock. Then, F it. But if its like Facebooks, then I won't mind.

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Ohmaigawd. Just started watching Chuunibyou and I love it already.

 

I KNEW it was Jun Fukuyama the moment I heard him talk.

 

And man, there were quite a lot of Code Geass references! It seems people do them if they sign Jun Fukuyama up. They have those deep "aside" lines for Jun where he uses most of his Lelouch voice :)

 

And then all those lines in the show ep 1. 

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Welp, I didn't get the case fully modeled today, still trying to learn solidworks lol. 

I'm going to ask the teacher if I can have a few extra days of classwork to work on it, since I'm still significantly ahead of everyone else in that class.

I'm learning that smart dimension is essential in everything you do...

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Welp, I didn't get the case fully modeled today, still trying to learn solidworks lol. 

I'm going to ask the teacher if I can have a few extra days of classwork to work on it, since I'm still significantly ahead of everyone else in that class.

The last time I did that, I ended up doing nothing in my web design class when I was ahead of everyone. Hell, my teacher actually gave me extra and different work.

 

He gave me a project on making a fully animated and revolving atom. It was something he pulled out of a stack that he never tried or had anyone do before. So basically after 2 classes, I was burnt out at how ridiculously stupid the instructions were. It wasn't that I didn't get it to work. I did but it was glitchy and the colors and gradients and 3D was wrong and not as fluid. So I had enough of it and what do I do? Look at the web adress on the header of the paper and google it. He got it from a membership website and that website allowed you to download a working model. So I went to bugmenot which gives you username and passwords for many sites and logged in, downloaded it, and after "struggling" with my project when he was looking at me. I loaded the completed one, and showed it to him. Got a full 100 btch.

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Welp, I didn't get the case fully modeled today, still trying to learn solidworks lol. 

I'm going to ask the teacher if I can have a few extra days of classwork to work on it, since I'm still significantly ahead of everyone else in that class.

I'm learning that smart dimension is essential in everything you do...

LOL Reminds me of the first time I used SW in the computer lab, I finished the exercise in half the time biggrin.gif

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The last time I did that, I ended up doing nothing in my web design class when I was ahead of everyone. Hell, my teacher actually gave me extra and different work.

 

He gave me a project on making a fully animated and revolving atom. It was something he pulled out of a stack that he never tried or had anyone do before. So basically after 2 classes, I was burnt out at how ridiculously stupid the instructions were. It wasn't that I didn't get it to work. I did but it was glitchy and the colors and gradients and 3D was wrong and not as fluid. So I had enough of it and what do I do? Look at the web adress on the header of the paper and google it. He got it from a membership website and that website allowed you to download a working model. So I went to bugmenot which gives you username and passwords for many sites and logged in, downloaded it, and after "struggling" with my project when he was looking at me. I loaded the completed one, and showed it to him. Got a full 100 btch.

HAHAHA nice! All those computer classes are pretty easy to me, mostly because I've used some of the programs before, and I'm quick to adapt to making stuff.

One that was challenging was the 3D modeling class I took for 2 years. Dang, you could spend all your time in LightWave (same software they used to make Avatar) and make pretty much everything. We also had top of the line computers with core i7 procs and 23" 1080p monitors, pretty darn cool for a high school in 2010 lol... 

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HAHAHA nice! All those computer classes are pretty easy to me, mostly because I've used some of the programs before, and I'm quick to adapt to making stuff.

One that was challenging was the 3D modeling class I took for 2 years. Dang, you could spend all your time in LightWave (same software they used to make Avatar) and make pretty much everything. We also had top of the line computers with core i7 procs and 23" 1080p monitors, pretty darn cool for a high school in 2010 lol... 

We have 2008 Core 2 Duo's @3GHz with 3GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive and 1280X800 at best monitors.

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LOL

 

700

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LOL

 

700

What anime put a world that god only knows in as a cameo?

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We have 2008 Core 2 Duo's @3GHz with 3GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive and 1280X800 at best monitors.

We got some new computers in a few of our labs, not sure what kinda specs they have though.

This computer lab that our computer/3d modeling teacher has is 28 core i7 procs @2.67ghz, 6GB DDR3, 1920x1080 vizio 23" monitors, completely isolated from our school's regular network. All the computers have 2 hard drives in them (not sure what size) as well as a network server with 1TB of hard drives we can store all our stuff to so we can access it from any computer in the lab. And, I think I just convinced our teacher to get Logitech gaming keyboards since the new dell keyboards we just installed don't have drivers for the media control buttons.

Not to mention 3D mice and wacom tablets scattered randomly on various computers.

Most of the computers outside that lab are Core 2 duo or above though.

Oh, and also in this computer lab, He bought a Kinect and PS move with school money, to use them for Mocap, ect. Little did he know you need a ps3 to use the move controller >_<

And since I'm the xbox guy, he let me unbox it and set it up :D

We also have a full set of arduino hardware prototyping boards we bought this year.

Yep, *insert comment about how bad our public education system is in the US*, *Insert miscellaneous smart @$$ comment about the recession here*

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What anime put a world that god only knows in as a cameo?


Hayate no Gotoku

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

We got some new computers in a few of our labs, not sure what kinda specs they have though.

This computer lab that our computer/3d modeling teacher has is 28 core i7 procs @2.67ghz, 6GB DDR3, 1920x1080 vizio 23" monitors, completely isolated from our school's regular network. All the computers have 2 hard drives in them (not sure what size) as well as a network server with 1TB of hard drives we can store all our stuff to so we can access it from any computer in the lab. And, I think I just convinced our teacher to get Logitech gaming keyboards since the new dell keyboards we just installed don't have drivers for the media control buttons.

Not to mention 3D mice and wacom tablets scattered randomly on various computers.

Most of the computers outside that lab are Core 2 duo or above though.

Oh, and also in this computer lab, He bought a Kinect and PS move with school money, to use them for Mocap, ect. Little did he know you need a ps3 to use the move controller >_<

And since I'm the xbox guy, he let me unbox it and set it up :D

We also have a full set of arduino hardware prototyping boards we bought this year.

Yep, *insert comment about how bad our public education system is in the US*, *Insert miscellaneous smart @$$ comment about the recession here*

A 28 core i7? Yeah no.  I think you mean that the lab has 28 computers with a core i7 proc

 

Our desktops have two "hard drives" showing up as well but I'm sure its just the same drive partitioned.

 

Seriously? Gaming keyboards? ...... Why waste budget on that? Those are taxes man.

 

hahahahahahahah. PS3 !!!>>!

 

iywjHs0mxHWgA.gif

...dude, your school is awesome


Edited by bowei006 - 11/9/12 at 5:52pm
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

A 28 core i7? Yeah no.  I think you mean that the lab has 28 computers with a core i7 proc

Our desktops have two "hard drives" showing up as well but I'm sure its just the same drive partitioned.

Seriously? Gaming keyboards? ...... Why waste budget on that? Those are taxes man.

hahahahahahahah. PS3 !!!>>!

iywjHs0mxHWgA.gif


...dude, your school is awesome
Yes, I meant 28 core i7s lol!
These literally have 2 drives per system.
They're logitech g110 keyboards, we're getting them because they have volume controls and a headphone jack. It's the cheapest keyboard we could find with both these features...
Since right now we're using 3.5mm extension cables that wear out at least once a year...
Yeah, this classroom is pretty freaking awesome. Our teacher is amazing. We also have the only educational discount ever done for any customers of this 3D modeling software. And lots of other cool stuff happens lol. It's nice having had him for all 4 years so I get a lot of the "behind the scenes" kind of stuff.
On topic, all the characters so far in kanon are so adorable!!!
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post


Yes, I meant 28 core i7s lol!
These literally have 2 drives per system.
They're logitech g110 keyboards, we're getting them because they have volume controls and a headphone jack. It's the cheapest keyboard we could find with both these features...
Since right now we're using 3.5mm extension cables that wear out at least once a year...
Yeah, this classroom is pretty freaking awesome. Our teacher is amazing. We also have the only educational discount ever done for any customers of this 3D modeling software. And lots of other cool stuff happens lol. It's nice having had him for all 4 years so I get a lot of the "behind the scenes" kind of stuff.
On topic, all the characters so far in kanon are so adorable!!!

No, you mean 28, Core i7's. That comma is important.

 

Wait a minute, a keyboard with a 3.5mm jack means that it either is using a transfer cable from the computer's 3.5mm out or is fully through USB and thus has a DAC onboard?

 

I am laughing my arse off at Chuunibyuu.

 

To me, it looks like they reference a lot of anime and series

 

At the moment I see some from Negima, Code Geass, possibly Clannad, and thats around it.


Edited by bowei006 - 11/9/12 at 6:32pm
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

No, you mean 28, Core i7's. That comma is important.

Wait a minute, a keyboard with a 3.5mm jack means that it either is using a transfer cable from the computer's 3.5mm out or is fully through USB and thus has a DAC onboard?

I am laughing my arse off at Chuunibyuu.

To me, it looks like they reference a lot of anime and series

At the moment I see some from Negima, Code Geass, possibly Clannad, and thats around it.
NO! THAT'S BAD GRAMMAR!!! I HAD IT RIGHT THE SECOND TIME!
I'm not sure what it uses, guess I'll find out what it is when we get them lpl
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