Blog - Imaginary Sense
For those new and those unaware, Imaginary Teleprompter has been undergoing a re-write for quite some time. The reason behind the re-write is we want to make it easier for us and others to add new features like voice tracking, remote control, mobile browsers support, and the ability to edit as you’re prompting. Unfortunately it […]
As one of our larger client projects is nearing its final stages, we’ve been more busy than usual and the monthly update got delayed a couple days. Here’s some of what’s occurred at Imaginary Sense this month. Call for Code 2019 Over the weekend of July 5 and July 7, va2ron1, and I participated individually […]
Engine-4’s Sewers Project A few months ago the team lead behind Engine-4’s sewers project was chosen to be a part of Forward787 and he had to leave the project behind. Engine-4 then asked us if we wanted to do it and we said yes and proceeded to design new prototypes that worked on the flaws […]
Lately I’ve been reading into the process of creating Snap packages, one of the most popular universal Linux package formats used to distribute software. While Imaginary Teleprompter has been distributed as a Snap for quite a while, not all Snap packages are built in the same way, so I set myself the goal to package […]
Busy month! Here at Imaginary Sense, we’ve invested most of May working on a client project. Nevertheless, we’ve also got a brief update regarding Imaginary Teleprompter and an update about my personal pet project, Simple Brightness. Imaginary Teleprompter’s Status Starting to work on Imaginary Teleprompter’s refactoring process and having clear goals set, has allowed us […]
Imaginary Teleprompter refactoring begins, plus new micro projects: Toonsy & Simple Brightness (April, 2019)
Resumen mensual de las actividades de Imaginary Sense en Abril 2019. Se habla de Imaginaray Teleprompter y de algunos proyectos personales como Toonsey de Va2ron1 y Simple Brightness de Cuperino.