|Virtual Taj Mahal|
This page provides access to some of my personal projects.
If you find any of these useful, do tell me about it.
I maintain the source-code for most of my personal projects, this web-site and some other things as Git repositories. You can get access to these via various hosting-providers for source-code:
NOTE: These projects are “almost open-source” - I hope you find them useful in some way, but I am not really looking for collaborators at the moment.
ZINC (“ZINC Is Not CoreWar”) is a variant of the game of Core War in which programs (called “warriors”) fight in a battle to take control of a virtual computer. The warriors are written in a simple language called Redcode and are run by a tool called Memory Array Redcode Simulator (MARS). The ZINC User Manual includes a short tutorial that teaches you the basics of Core War. The current version of ZINC is 0.1 and runs on at least Linux and Windows.
Virtual Taj Mahal
This is an interactive 3D walkthrough of the famous Taj Mahal in Agra, India. It is based on the original demo published by Intel India, from where I took the 3D models and textures - the original demo was coded by D Sanjit and the models were created by VR Real Technologies. The program uses OpenGL/SDL and runs on Windows and Linux. See the included “README” file for more details.