sábado, 3 de abril de 2010

Stormy Saturday

Hey people!
Today I was trying to solve some graph's exercises but I still coudn't convince myself that I'm correct. This is a signal that I'm not, but maybe almost.
So, I decide to write this post and think about where could I be wrong.
Another thing is that I had a crazy idea (with a cousin's help rs), about computer graphics. I'll try to model a guitar in C with OpenGL. And maybe I'll post the result here as an image (depends on the result). It's a small challenge.
I'll take this opportunity to write about my other projects that I've just mentioned in the previous post.

The first: I'm developing a tool, called VejoGrafos (and you can laugh), to help the comprehension about graphs, the development is stopped cause I have little time to spend with it. Follow some images about the tool:

VejoGrafos: this is a functionality that shows vertices with degree equals to 0 in a graph.

The second: The second is about to start. It will be in the computer graphics discipline. The idea that I've mentioned above about OpenGL is a trainning to this second project.

Now it's time to come back to my exercises. In this stormy saturday I coudn't have anything better to do. Why stormy saturday? Cause I like the stormy monday blues song, the only difference it's that today it's not monday.

Well, today it's only this.

5 comentários:

  1. Interesting tool man. I'm assuming it was made in java, yes? If so, what library did you use to build it? JGraph or something similar? See you.

  2. Yes, I'm using Java to build it. But I'm not using any library. It's only Java and its API. I tried to use JGraph, but I thought it was complicated.

  3. What's up Felipe!?
    I'm really looking foward to download the 1st version of VejoGrafos!

    It seemed to be a great tool for graph theory students.

  4. Did you use the java2D api to draw the elements? Is it possible to move a vertex around the screen and keep its incident edges still connected?

  5. Yes. I know it's not a good solution, but I'm trying to better it. Does JGraph make this possible easily?