Fish of a color

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Lately I've been working on one of the coolest projects so far in my RIT education, and it's for Multi-User Media Spaces (MUMS) taught by Professors Nancy Doubleday and Steve Kurtz. The project aims to simulate flocking behavior by implementing behavioral rules, though I guess it should be dubbed "schooling" behavior since we are using fish - and yet these same rules apply to birds and herds as well.

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Would you quit making the rest of us look bad? :-P


Not possible, Brock. With the way you had those 3D primitives driving around during the first lecture of 3D back in 434 last quarter, I'll accept no big fish tales from you. =P


Wow! Jay, that's really cool! Nice job! Hope your quarter's going well.


Oh, this is very good work :) Brilliant!


Wow, this is a very impressive model of flocking behaviour. Indeed, it is even quite addictive as something to watch


Thank you! I enjoyed watching it, too, as it was taking shape. =)


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