You surely have heard the phrase "divide and conquer" (or "divide and rule") before. Divide and conquer comes from the latin words "divide et impera" attributed to Philip II of Macedon but famously used by Julius Caesar, who used them to describe his war strategies. Julius Caesar was in fact a master in dividing and ruling and, despite how much good his conquests brought is questionable, the ultimate goal was to unite all single states into one cohesive Republic. ...

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You can put your spare computer's calculation power at use! And it's so easy that no one has excuses. All it takes is to download and install an application called Folding@home. ...

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Disclaimer: this content is for advanced Unity developers. Is this article not clear? Please contact me on twitter @riccardostecca The Problem in One Sentence You want to initialize some events (like a button's OnClick) in an object that is not active and you banged your head against the fact that in Unity/C# you can access that UnityAction field but Unity will not call AddListener ...

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Fractals. One can only admire their intrinsic beauty for they represent one of the most popular ways to turn math into pleasing visuals. These mathematical creatures make many intriguing, mind blowing appearances in nature. There are several kinds of fractals that are characterized by the method used to generate them and one of the most notorious is without doubt the Julia Mandelbrot Set (find a Unity/shader implementation here) but it is far from being the only interesting example; ...

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