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Damn Sean you are a genius haha, that was the problem, thanks for enlightening those less skilled in linux, also thanks for replying so fast!
People that want to uso buttons to flood/dry and switch texture can use this post to work it out, my cfg is at upper part of the post if anyone want to use it.
I did look at the solution from river wey trust i think this one is based on that or is the same at some point, but I did not see at Github the cfg with the script part calling for weather switch for a button, so it was not simple to figure it out. anyway there are many things that i will try from river wey trust.
Hi sean when i run that command i get this error on the other terminal
bash: /home/civur/src/scripts/weather.sh: Permission denied
My /src/scripts/weather_file.tmp file only has the word rain
Hola david, si me escribes un mail puedo intentar ayudar, acabo de armar una sandbox sin problemas.
Hi andreas, do you have the power adapter for the kinect? i recall having a a similar error before i knew i needed one.
or it might be the kinect model, seems like support of kinect v2 was experimental i do not know if they work with the current software.
also i am not sure if you are talking about this but you can see step 16 of the instructions to set flood and drain buttons.
Hi Farren, I have build 2 sandboxs with a epson powerlite s41+ and a epson powerlite s31+ both are not short-throw projector, they are about 140-150 cm/ 55 inch above the sand. Also, I just put the kinect at that same height, so it’s not really necessary to put it lower than the projector, you lose a little resolution, but people can’t really tell the differences they will still be amazed from the sandbox.
So I can’t help you with the shadow problem if you put it lower, but i will try in some weeks with a new one to see what happens.
I found this comment that may help for future GPU questions:
“As far as I am aware the only thing that matters is the number of cuda cores 1050ti has 768. Gtx 970 has 1664, 980=2043 980ti=2860 1060=1280 1070=1920 1080=2560, 1650=896 Cores. Other stuff does matter as 1080 is faster than 980ti but second hand cost means I have a 980ti”
If this is correct, your water simulation might go a little slow. But anyway it should work, as sean said.
Also, about memory differences:
“From my experience memory isn’t as important as pure processing power”
In my case I’m using a 1060 3 GB instead of a 6gb without problems
Hi Sean, no, I’m looking this graphic to put behind the sandbox.
Hey guys, part of the forum was archived in the waybackmachine, you might find answers to some problems.