A long time ago, I built a rudimentary program that would take an image, take a number of triangles, and do it’s best to recreate that image using the triangles. I also created a blog to talk about the program and the algorithmic choices I made while building it.
Today I’m pleased to announce that the project is restarted!
In my infinite wisdom, I took down the blog content from my server, and the code from my GitHub and saved them locally onto my laptop.* While I was moving to San Jose my car was robbed u__u;; and I lost all my work.
I did get a half pack of cigarettes, a crack pipe and a rock in exchange; so it wasn’t a complete disaster.
The good news is that as of last weekend, the project is back on. I spent a long night trying to remember C++ well enough to hack together a shadow of what the program was before with the hope that it one day outshine its predecessor.
Check out this example using a red panda who has become the “Lenna” of this project.
So with that in mind I’ll be posting periodic updates on my Twitter and larger updates and lessons learned on this blag.
You can laugh at my pitiful attempt to re-enter coding here.
Update: I used to have a website up where it was drawing stuff but that fell apart too.
*Why did you not have a backup?
1) Because I am not a clever man.
2) Because I was undergoing a name change, and was changing hosts as part of hosting them under a new account.