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Michael Zucchi

 B.E. (Comp. Sys. Eng.)

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Saturday, 14 May 2016, 20:33

Writing a FFT implementation for Java, in real-time

Just for something a bit different this morning I had an idea to do a record of developing software from the point of view of a "live blog". I was somewhat inspired by a recent video I saw of Media Molecules where they were editing shader routines for their outstandingly impressive new game "Dreams" on a live video stream.

Obviously I didn't quite do that but I did have a hypothesis to test and ended up with a working implementation to test that hypothesis, and recorded the details of the ups and downs as I went.

Did I get a positive or negative answer to my question?

To get the answer to that question and to get an insight into the daily life of one cranky developer, go have a read yourself.

Tagged code, hacking, java.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. More fft, more bang for your buck. Same old less bang for your buck. | twiddle dweeb twiddle dumb
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