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Paul Tarvydas 2023-11-01 01:35:54

I’m developing a cutting-edge tool that leverages ChatGPT to ghost-write prose based on my point-form outlines, particularly focusing on β€˜new ideas’ that the AI wasn’t trained on. The challenge lies in preventing hallucinations and incorrect extrapolations from the outline. Early experimental results have been promising prompting me to create a dedicated workflow tool. This tool enables me to swiftly input point-form outlines, using the user-friendly Kinopio platform for brainstorming. I then paste the outline to ChatGPT, transforming it into coherent and readable prose. Join me in revolutionizing idea development and content creation with this innovative solution! [ChatGPT]

Kartik Agaram 2023-11-04 05:25:11

Today's follow-up to πŸ’¬ #two-minute-week@2023-11-03T05:43:33.638Z as I try to come up with more pleasing random arrangements in Rectangle World.

Kartik Agaram 2023-11-05 04:52:05

Some satisfying debug UI for Poisson Disk Sampling (; thanks Jack Rusher for pointing me at it)

Couple more videos in 🧡

Kartik Agaram 2023-11-05 04:54:02

More sped-up videos with and without the debug UI.

πŸŽ₯ pds.webm

πŸŽ₯ pds-debug.webm

Maikel van de Lisdonk 2023-11-05 13:37:58

Hi, the last month I've been focussing a lot on fixing some bugs in the way nodes are connected and improving the different path types that are used.

This small demo video shows creating a very small flow from scratch, the functionality of the flow is not important here.. but the thing I wanted to show is the way a "backloop" is created. The system uses a different svg path for backloops: normal nodes are connected using a bezier curve but when the output node is placed before the start node, the path changes to a "back-loop".

Another thing to notice is the layering.. the back-loop is placed on its own layer, hopefully keeping bigger flows more clear. You can toggle which layer is in front.

Ivan Reese 2023-11-05 14:36:24

Ah cool! I delight in seeing the choices you're making as you evolve this, given that we're both working on node-wire interfaces. (For example, you're creating different types of path automatically based on situation, whereas I make the user draw their own path.) As always, I'm excited to see where this goes.

Maikel van de Lisdonk 2023-11-05 14:45:03

Thanks! I hope that I can put a demo online "soonish" and let you and others try it out 😊 . I also want to give user more control over the control points of the curves and paths (or even the complete path), but for now that isn't of the highest priority for my project although I also like that freedom 😎