[chuck] ChucK competition results!

Ge Wang gewang at CS.Princeton.EDU
Wed Nov 3 18:26:52 EST 2004

Hi Mikael and all!

Very cool!  There is now a link from the programs section to stacken
on the wiki.

Perry and I just presented the Audicle at ICMC with a live demo of
the Audicle/ChucK - we will make the presentation available soon
in some form.

We have fixed several bugs, including the crash caused by killing
parent shreds that have sporked shreds.  This will be in a release
later this week with theses fixes.  The big release with
objects/arrays/events is scheduled for this holiday season, in early
to mid December.


On Oct 28, 2004, at 5:47 PM, Mikael Johansson wrote:

> The ChucK competition just finished. Results as follows:
> Best sphere:
> spe at stacken.kth.se participated with a "Radio" simulator emulating 
> (sort
> of) morse code telegraphy and rtty communication.
> Best interference:
> mikael at johanssons.org and mariog at kth.separticipated with a raytracing
> rendering in ASCII art a sphere with randomized center and changing
> distance from the viewpoint; accompanied by a singularily irritating 
> tune
> generated by mod:ing fibonacci numbers by low-ish primes.
> Runnerup:
> foo at stacken.kth.se participated with a tiny program playing a simple 
> tune.
> The results page is available in english and swedish on
> http://www.stacken.kth.se/stackhack/20041028/
> http://www.stacken.kth.se/stackhack/20041028/index.en
> -- 
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