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it's now possible to set "source" of , +choose the shape and the initial orientation of the boids
in the right panel, you can see the params available
next step is to add "target" objects, where the boids will aim to.

@polymorphcool

When asked about fears of automation in 1969, Arthur C. Clarke famously said that we shouldn't worry about automation: "the goal of the future is full unemployment, so we can play." I have never seen his answer quoted in full.

first days report with : the time to get a search result is ~10 seconds (very slow for me), so i am trying to find solutions locally first (in former projects code mainly), and not rushing for the search bar in firefox at every doubt!
And because i have indexed , i read the doc now, instead of copy/pasting a comments.

@emil

wonderfull little video of interactive physical ropes by Daniel Piker (on the birdsite)
Sadly, it's a / plugin, so no chance for me to run it...

script to generate 16300 random numbers in the range [0,16300] without duplicates: gitlab.com/polymorphcool/boids
just change 'total' to another prime to have a bigger or smaller list

playing with the border "wind" to repel the boids at the frontiers of their domain

boids auto-organisation: done!
i guess these pattern is due to the implementation of collisions between boids... quite strange to see this happening in front of your eyes!

starting my first month with as default search engine: my node is running on an old laptop next to me, i will have to change a lot my habits, but i think it's important to decentralise web indexation

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