Tag Archives: Meteorology

Mind Weave Natural Lightning

The weather algorithm post this morning neglected any information about lightning. Since that isn’t part of the weather model analysis my partner and I are doing for our probability class, I haven’t developed it at all yet, but with that … Continue reading

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Mind Weave Weather Sneak Peek

The weather algorithm isn’t done yet, still has some balance issues and the wind is finicky if you don’t just blow one direction. Still, we’ve put together a simulation for my probability class, so here’s a short video showing how … Continue reading

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Why Weather Algorithms in Mind Weave

Lately I’ve been putting a lot of effort into the weather algorithm for Mind Weave.  Part of the reason is that it qualifies as a project for my probability class, but it’s also important for Mind Weave. The main reason … Continue reading

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Progress Update-Stalling

Unfortunately, I’ve achieved very little by way of work on Mind Weave in the last couple of weeks.  I’ve made a little bit balance progress, shifting some abilities and working on Liches to make them more interesting and less invincible. … Continue reading

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Progress Update-Computing the Weather

I’ve been ironing out computational issues in the weather algorithm.  The seed issue was that storm front maximum speed was limited by the cell size and update frequency.  This problem is easily solved by allowing cell size and update frequency … Continue reading

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Progress Update-Maps and Weather

I’ve been working primarily on two things this week.  The first is map formatting.  I want to develop a document format that allows me to read in all the data I need to display and run a map.  I call … Continue reading

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