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kind.moe migration? Friend 06/08/2021 (Tue) 23:03:57 No.6 [Reply]
should we all migrate to a new site? i've got server resources to host something...
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>>1152 We can do reverse burglary. We break into people's houses in order to leave gifts.
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>>1156 >We break into people's houses in order to leave gifts. An honorable tradition.
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>>1156 That occupation is already filled.
>>1162 I bet Santa frequents this board.
>>1188 santa here, can confirm

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Friend 06/18/2021 (Fri) 00:59:56 No.497 [Reply]
how do i do 3d on a 2d game engine exactly? just rotate the lines to converge in one or something?
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>>536 >webgl is 3d just like all other 3d...isnt it? Yes, it is. OpenGL is very definitely a full-3D environment. BTW, unless you explicitly need browser access, why webGL Anon?
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what is Mode7 Graphics lol SNES pioneered this like 30 years ago https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mode_7
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>>776 rendering mode 7 graphics can be very expensive. for example, if the size of the map is large and the map is rotated, you would be performing a lot of operations every frame to get that perspective look... also you can't represent elevation with mode 7, so this is still 2d.
>>497 >how do i do 3d on a 2d game engine exactly? Not exactly 3D, but raycasting is pretty interesting, I've been messing with it lately, and getting to a sort of 3d first person view is a fun process.
>>1048 The original Wolfenstein was programmed as a raycasting 2d game, yet it looks 3d. I recommend OP to take a look at that.

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Friend 06/29/2021 (Tue) 09:19:31 No.924 [Reply]
Mental illness thread I have a whole lot so a bit tl;dr coming through: >ADHD >makes me work much less than I should >coworkers notice >can't watch a 10 minute video on 2x speed without taking a break to do something else >randomly feel mega ultra bored so much that I can't even focus on finding fun and just feel like shit scrolling randomly >pills help, but not a lot >schizoid >can't feel better than 7/10 without illegal drugs, good day is 5/10 >talk weird, normies notice, autists have big problems understanding me >normies need years to understand my personality, make billion wrong assumptions about me >can't use empathy on normies, since they want totally different things >OCD

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>>1108 I mean, treat the symptoms enough for me to function. Without pills, I'm a mess. I have massive holes in my resume because I can't couldn't consistently work before.
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>>1092 ritalin is less harmful than adderall in the long-term, so if you limit your use of ritalin to an occasional moderate dose, then i don't think you'll have any major problems with using the medication. just remember to take breaks on your days off or when the effects start to weaken so that you don't build up a tolerance. >>1109 ur lyfe sems all messd up, frn... have you tried cognitive behavioral therapy? there's good evidence of it being effective for treating depression and adhd in children, so you might want to supplement this with the pills you're taking: https://woebothealth.com https://woebothealth.com/clinical-results/ and how is your physical health? are you eating healthily, exercising, and getting enough sleep? >>1074 >your brain is addicted to having high levels of dopamine, which kills your motivation and mental energy, making your depression even worse. i noticed i might have badly phrased a sentence in the last post. let me make this more clear: don't confuse an addiction to high dopamine levels with an addiction to dopamine itself, which is impossible, as biological brains don't quite work this way. because in response to high dopamine levels, the brain downregulates its existing dopamine receptors such that less dopamine is naturally produced. and less dopamine production means that the brain becomes more reliant on some outside stimulus (such as the adhd meds or anything rewarding) to temporarily increase dopamine levels. so the brain does not get addicted to dopamine, but the end effect is the same: low dopamine levels caused by the downregulation of dopamine kills your motivation and mental energy, which would make disorders like adhd or depression worse.
I have amnesia but I am not taking any meds because there's isn't a known cure for memory loss but I have a caregiver, almost everything I need to do is written on my computer and phone
>>1138 >have you tried cognitive behavioral therapy? Yes I think it helped a bit, though more with OCD than ADHD. >and how is your physical health? Overall good, I think. I'm relatively fit. >are you eating healthily, exercising, and getting enough sleep? Two first yes, but I have sleep problems. I feel like I'm getting enough sleep, but then I'm sleepy during the day. I'm taking trazodone for sleep and fall asleep easily (it was a massive problem for me before), but my sleep quality must be low. >so the brain does not get addicted to dopamine, but the end effect is the same I think the first post was clear enough. I interpreted it as "dopamine tolerance". The deal is, I don't see how could I get high dopamine without drugs. I'm doing things to avoid the painful boredom, I don't expect them to be actually interesting. On high enough dose of ritalin, I feel like I'd expect a normie to feel: more happy than unhappy, motivated by "wants" more than "want nots", without pointless anxiety about nothing in particular. That's how I'd expect normal dopamine levels to feel like.
You are what you think.

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wholesome thread Friend 06/08/2021 (Tue) 23:05:19 No.10 [Reply]
post something nice
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I hope you anons like these cute pictures I found.
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Friend 06/08/2021 (Tue) 23:09:55 No.21 [Reply]
Oh!, hey there!, how are you ^^?
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>>439 You're right. Thanks, friend.
>>21 I feel great today! It's been a while since I've had a good night sleep, and I was finally able to get one last night.
>>450 no problem :)
>>426 I can get behind trying to push yourself here and there to grow. For instance, I forced myself to resign with my boss face-to-face a few weeks back instead of just emailing. I'd been avoiding confrontation & it's given me more confidence. That being said, them hounding you for something natural like being an introvert is dumb imo. Healthy growth and encouragement are good, constant nagging starts to hurt after a time. Good luck fren and while easier said than done, don't listen to their negativity. Or ask them to stop if you think that will work. Nothing hurts confidence more than having loved ones tell you that there's something wrong with you.
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just "eh", though also not bad

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