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    Re: Programming experiment

    No, it's a 3d Lua-programmable front-end for libretro, not an emulator. As I explained above and on vintagesimulator.com
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    Re: Programming experiment

    I actually didn't have thread notifications on and so just randomly happened to come back here and see the question about progress. So I have been through a lot of different mini-projects and stages...
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    Re: MAME / MESS on JavaScript

    Works perfectly on the Chrome on my Windows computer. Very awesome. Did you build MAME for the web somehow? Last I tried to do that, the web part was out of date and the examples didn't work.
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    Re: Programming experiment

    Well, the BASIC interpreter was too slow. So I changed to Lua. I still support line numbers though heh.
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    Re: Programming experiment

    Very cool. Were you able to use getMesh with an animated mesh for that transition into a ball thing? I have not actually used any animated meshes, but I am guessing there is are methods to play...
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    Re: Programming experiment

    Well like I re-iterated in my reply to your PM, it is programmed in C++, which is fairly low-level. The customization language built in is Vintage BASIC, which I feel is quite retro and easy to use,...
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    Programming experiment

    (Video at bottom of text).

    Hello. This is probably wayyy, wayyy too early and crappy looking to post about, but in case anyone is interested I would like to show a video of a system I am working...
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