I put the motor from a scanner on the slide from a printer. I got my
gears and mounted one on a motor to get the bed moving. It works great
pulling but it chatters when pushing so I'll be rethinking that. In the
latter part of this video, can see the z axis working with slide mounted
My extruder parts came and I mounted them on one of my motors. Please
ignore the fact the pictures are blurry or I will destroy you.
...is a cool game! And is the inspiration for my next android game project. I don't have pictures yet but the code has been started. I believe the genre is called Metroidvania.
Many Android platformers don't feel right when you play them like the little dude isn't moving fast enough or there is something wrong with the gravity. I have not found one game yet that the character is nice and spry and is a joy just making him move around. This is the starting focus of this game- making it fun to move the character around responsive and quick.
I'm borrowing elements from the Metroid series and Cave Story. I have yet to play even one Castlevania game so I don't know if there will be any of that in there.
Naturally a game like this must have a huge area to explore and this one will.
That's all for now.
Here is the main character (before and after DNA enhancement)
And here is one of the armor suits:
At last, actual coding has begun! I can't wait to see my little dude …
I was watching the ending scene where everyone is hanging out of the rooftop. As the camera pulled away from the actors I noticed something strange. The focal length of the camera was changed as the camera pulled away.
I decided to figure out where that was.
I knew it was in New York City somewhere because of the establishing shots. After watching the sweeping shots in and out of the picnic scene and looking for visual clues, I found it:
767 10th Ave, New York, NY 10019
It's the building wherein resides Sonny's Groceries.
I wish I would have captured some images from the DVD but the library wanted it back. Before that, however, I matched up my view from Google Earth to fit the frame as best matches it in the movie.
You will have to watch it yourself to see how well I did.
The whole city is a CG model and that rooftop is a fiction. Also, the tall building behind the one in the scene was made much shorter or removed altogether so the twin Clinton Manor buildings behind coul…