Durk Talsma wrote:
Well I guess, a basic solution would be to have a master/slave mode for the
AIModels subsystem, where the master computer does the "intelligent" AIModels
work, and sends the resulting data across the network. The remaining
computers, wouldn't have the AIModels system do anything, except process the
I don't think that this scenario would be impossible to implement, and has
actually some attractive advantages (for example, the master AIModels
computer could be configured to emphasize AImodels processing, at the cost of
graphics display functions, it it were to be run on a system that was hooked
up to the network, but not part of the display system).
Like Dave, however, I don't have enough computer resource available to test
this, so we would need to depend on a developer with the means to actually
test this. Curt, I know how extremely busy you are, but would you be willing
to test this, once we get to the point where this might become a reality?
Sure I can do some testing. I now have pretty convenient access to a
permanent multidisplay configuration.
Curtis Olson http://www.flightgear.org/~curt
HumanFIRST Program http://www.humanfirst.umn.edu/
FlightGear Project http://www.flightgear.org
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