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I want one of these for my birthday.

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  1. andrei
    Brody
    13/01/2004 at 4:46 pm Permalink

    Cheesy!

  2. andrei
    Brody
    13/01/2004 at 4:47 pm Permalink

    (off topic, but I’ve always wondered)
    Where did “Gravitonic” come from?

  3. andrei
    Andrei
    13/01/2004 at 4:49 pm Permalink

    I made it up. Partially related to ‘graviton’ (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=graviton) I suppose.

  4. andrei
    Brody
    13/01/2004 at 5:09 pm Permalink

    Ah, figured maybe it was some space-age drink.

  5. andrei
    Andrei
    13/01/2004 at 5:21 pm Permalink

    Why not.

  6. andrei
    Brody
    13/01/2004 at 5:27 pm Permalink

    Ingredients?

  7. andrei
    Justin
    14/01/2004 at 1:13 pm Permalink

    Lots of gravitonic bubbles in a fizzy quantum soup.

  8. andrei
    Brody
    14/01/2004 at 1:26 pm Permalink

    Probably some concoction of gin & tonic in a glass that provides it’s own gravity so it doesn’t float off.

  9. andrei
    Justin
    14/01/2004 at 2:44 pm Permalink

    gravitonic would a pretty cool name for a band.

  10. andrei
    Ryan
    14/01/2004 at 4:16 pm Permalink

    Or some sort of hair regrowth serum.

    Got nothin’.

  11. andrei
    Ferg
    14/01/2004 at 4:18 pm Permalink

    I could do with some hair regrowth serum…

  12. andrei
    Brody
    14/01/2004 at 8:45 pm Permalink

    Andrei could probably create a “hair” plugin for 3dsmax, and call it “Gravitonic”!

  13. andrei
    Brody
    15/01/2004 at 11:28 am Permalink

    Andrei – what’s your background with 3dsmax? How’d you get started writing plugins – as an animator?

    I think I like Maya better.

  14. andrei
    Andrei
    15/01/2004 at 3:40 pm Permalink

    I used to use 3D Studio for DOS and naturally switches to max when it came out. Being more programming oriented person I just wrote plugins that seemed useful to me.

  15. andrei
    Brody
    15/01/2004 at 8:32 pm Permalink

    Wow, I started out on 3ds for DOS as well. I can remember Alias|Wavefront (on SGI) before it became Maya too.

  16. andrei
    Andrei Zmievski
    15/01/2004 at 11:32 pm Permalink

    Oh yeah, I used to own an SGI O2 which I ran A|W PowerAnimator on. Cool stuff.

  17. andrei
    Brody
    16/01/2004 at 11:19 am Permalink

    I think they were Indigos I used A|W on, which predate O2’s I believe. One day one of the sysadmins was boasting about how cool their lab was – they’d just gotten some “Galileo” graphics board, plus installed some cool wild new thing called “PHP” on their web server (PHP 3 I think, could have even been it’s precursor – PHP/FI?). Man, time flies.

  18. andrei
    Brody
    23/01/2004 at 10:49 pm Permalink

    Gravitonic is a drug?

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