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The simulation hypothesis or simulation theory proposes that all of reality, including the Earth and the universe, is in fact an artificial simulation, most likely a computer simulation.
It's actually a topic of research and not just a fictional subject.
To get an idea of the concept, you can watch the 1999 movie, "THE MATRIX".
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Engineering Quotes... The best story in my life written by me yet...😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣
We were the error in love stories,
not love in air kind of stories,
Otherwise why I would have missed you for years,
although you had coded that love story for seconds...
I tried changing every parameter of that code,
fixing every bug possible to stop getting errors in my outputs...
But when the logic was wrong from scratch,
I loved a wrong person in the whole software of life in a stretch,
there was no use whatever efforts you put...
programmers around felt I am mad,
working on a wrong logic even knowing it's wrong...
And she is getting day by day insane,
forgetting the other programming languages that she should not...
At last I understood the program has been dead,
the software is of least use ,
as the main method is missing from it,
in the course of fixing bugs,
I have deleted the main method from the code...
and the language is no more in use,
Still I have that remaining leftover codes with me in a junk box,
I go to cry alone with it,
whenever I fail to write a new code,
and to make my heart feel strong,
to make it realize what a cute programmer she has been,
who had tried her best to fix a bug which was not even there in vain,
How much patience runs in her blood,
she analysed every LOC for thousand times in a row,
she had forgotten to sleep,
to wake up and sit straight,
Only one pcode with a wrong logic was running the software and
making it recharge,
that once in life time she will be able to fix this code...
she will change the logic, she will change the parameters, she will change the language,
she will change the entire code,
but she still need this to run the software...
After doing all that, she realized she has given birth to a new software, Which was never there in existance.
she realized her old code was a mesh which she has rewritten to let it establish a new aroma in the world of wish.
This System can manipulate 3D objects
Whether it’s a student trying to figure out the human heart or an architect dreaming up plans for a new building, being able to study an object in three dimensions can be incredibly helpful. But a lot of the software we use for 3D modeling can be slow or unintuitive to use. That’s why researchers from North Carolina State University have come up with a simpler solution, and all you need to use it is a webcam and a 3D-printed cube.
The system is called Captive, and works like this: on each corner of the 3D-printed wireframe cube is a colored sphere. These spheres are recognized using computer vision software developed by the team. This maps where the cube is moving in space using an ordinary webcam, and turns these movements into inputs for controlling 3D-modeling software.
This sort of control system isn’t new in itself, but it usually requires expensive hardware. Captive, by comparison, is quick and cheap — all you need to do is 3D-print the cube and install the software. It allows six degrees of freedom while manipulating an object, and its creators say it’s almost twice as fast as existing commercial systems.
“Basically, there’s no latency; no detectable lag time between what the user is doing and what they see on screen,” said Zeyuan Chen, lead author of a paper describing Captive, in a press release. “There are a number of tools on the market that can be used to manipulate 3-D virtual objects, but Captive allows users to perform these tasks much more quickly.”
Captive’s creators say their system could be used for a large number of applications, from video games and education, to design tools and medical diagnostics. However, there’s no word on when the software will become commercially available.