FROM IDEA TO REALITY IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS. *tracing on your computer screen* FLUIDIC AMPLIFIER

FROM IDEA TO REALITY IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS. *tracing on your computer screen* FLUIDIC AMPLIFIER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0aj63oJxlc

FROM IDEA TO REALITY IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS. *tracing on your computer screen*
Hi all.  I wanted to create a FLUIDIC AMPLIFIER – something I saw a few months ago in my research and wanted to see it working.

BUT I can’t carve, or draw, so i gave up on it… until 45 minutes ago.

THEN I thought: Hm… what if I could TRACE the image on a FLUID SIMULATOR?

So, I found a Tracing utility (Ghost – see below) – and a Liquid Simulator

It worked SO QUICKLY and SO WELL in just a 1/2 hour of my life… that I spent 2 minutes making an instructional video and 5 minutes uploading it and writing what you see right here.

Now that I have this ability, I can take ANY DRAWING – say of ANY PATENT EVER MADE FOR ANY THING MECHANICAL – and with the right simulation program, i can MAKE IT REAL (in a simulated form) – and *SO CAN YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU*

Keep being awesome.  :D

Ghost overlay: Take any window (Windows) and make it a GHOST and you can SEE IT but all the clicks and typing and stuff go RIGHT THROUGH IT to the window below.

GREAT FOR GAME DESIGNERS. so they say.. I think it’s good for artists engineers and well, anybody who can’t draw – like me… but I *can* trace…. sort of.

http://download1us.softpedia.com/dl/ead287cb4ec47980a3a0ee159a487c44/51de3cae/100035978/software/desktop/ghostit.zip

FLUID SIMULATOR:
I used Fluid Simulator 2 ’cause it was simpler and I really didn’t want to spend ANY time on this at all.  http://www.escapemotions.com/experiments/fluid_water_2/
but the one with more features is Liquid Simulator 3: http://www.escapemotions.com/experiments/fluid_water_3/

From #Idea to #Reality in a short amount of time.  #Fluidic #Amplifier   All links in the description of the video show the programs / websites used. I made this almost two years ago and someone just commented on it and honestly, I forgot just how awesome this is.  It’s exactly what I need to quickly sketch up an idea and forgot I already had the tools available for it :D

FROM IDEA TO REALITY IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS. tracing on your computer screen Hi all. I wanted to create a FLUIDIC AMPLIFIER – something I saw a few months ago in my research and wanted to see it working. BUT I can’t carve, or draw, so i gave up on it… until 45 minutes ago. THEN I thought: Hm… what if I could TRACE the image on a FLUID SIMULATOR? So, I found a Tracing utility (Ghost – see below) – and a Liquid Simulator It worked SO QUICKLY and SO WELL in just a 1/2 hour of my life… that I spent 2 minutes making an instructional video and 5 minutes uploading it and writing what you see right here. Now that I have this ability, I can take ANY DRAWING – say of ANY PATENT EVER MADE FOR ANY THING MECHANICAL – and with the right simulation program, i can MAKE IT REAL (in a simulated form) – and SO CAN YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU Keep being awesome. Love you all! Bai! -Ken ken ignorelist com minecraft Ghost overlay: Take any window (Windows) and make it a GHOST and you can SEE IT but all the clicks and typing and stuff go RIGHT THROUGH IT to the window below. GREAT FOR GAME DESIGNERS. so they say.. I think it’s good for artists engineers and well, anybody who can’t draw – like me… but I can trace…. sort of. http://download1us.softpedia.com/dl/ead287cb4ec47980a3a0ee159a487c44/51de3cae/100035978/software/desktop/ghostit.zip FLUID SIMULATOR: I used Fluid Simulator 2 ’cause it was simpler and I really didn’t want to spend ANY time on this at all.  http://www.escapemotions.com/experiments/fluid_water_2/ but the one with more features is Liquid Simulator 3: http://www.escapemotions.com/experiments/fluid_water_3/

Thanks :D I was pretty surprised how easy it was, too.  I think with a tracing program combined with existing patents – you can probably create VERY QUICK and dirty simulations of how a LOT of things work. Since the way liquids work and the way electrons work are fundamentally the same, in theory you could simulate any computer or any electrical device using fluids… and simply tracing the patents in  pipes :)

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