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  1. I have no idea, other than what I keep reading about it in the forum, as to what LUA is and how to write a script. Does anyone recommended reading material with specific instruction about it or is it just an in-game "thing"? Thanks.
  2. According to the promotional videos, there will be a limit to the range within which you can run LUA scripts. So that for example if you want to build automated mechanisms, somebody has to stand next to them or they won't work. I'd like to see the possibility to connect two blocks so that if someone is standing next to the other one, their processing power can be used to run the other one regardless (or perhaps regarding, based on item level) the distance. There is a lot of talk about drones, which would very much depend on this. However, I don't know if drones planned by people were short or
  3. RED HAT SYSTEMS This topic, sponsored by Red Hat Systems, aims to inform players about the LUA scripting side of the game and clarify the facts. KNOWN ELEMENTS Propulsion Engines, Fuel Tanks, Cockpit, Navigation Instruments, Doors, Weapons, Batteries, Containers, Accelerometers, Radars, Targeters, Drone Bay, Elevator, Inclinometer (Gyroscope), and last but not least… CONTROLS UNITS / DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING UNITS Control Units – A control unit is the computer hardware, whereas the DPU (Distributed Processing Unit) is the computer's software. In fact, every element in the game will ha
  4. OUR GOAL: The main goal of Solaris Industries is to create the best ships modifications that one can buy - Whether it be for a small fighting ship, or for a massive space station. OPERATIONS: Everyone has ideas, if your idea sounds like a good/profitable one, discussions will be held on whether or not this is feasible, and if so, how it can be expanded on further to make a profit. THE PROBLEM THAT IS MONEY: If an idea has been developed and sells well on the market, a designer would want to know how the money would be split. Here at Solaris Industries we only believe it is
  5. Hey guys, Very excited about this game. I have just been reading about the LUA scripting side of things here: https://devblog.dualthegame.com/2015/09/18/lua-script-and-distributed-processing-units/ I'm kinda curious, how deep will the LUA system go? So, for example, will we be able to chain event handlers together for multiple constructs to build fully autonomous factories with conveyor systems that would mass produce a certain item through a production chain? What about super high energy weapons such as nukes? I'm assuming the more powerful something is, the more energy it is
  6. I've been wondering for a while now, and I can't find the answer even if it is most likely lurking somewhere. Will be able to create our own missiles and code their targeting/trajectory using Lua. If you know about the the game From the Depths, that's what I'm getting at.
  7. The devs said that we will be able to program things in Lua(Programming Language). It could mean there will be simulated computer OSs, Networks and other things. I like the idea of being able to hack an enemy ship or machine.
  8. "Good day, fellow members of the Dual Universe Forum. Like an astounding fraction of people here, I have found a great interest in the creation process Dual Universe has created. Most wonderful of all, I believe, is the fact that while templates are going to be available, most or all of the code can and will be done by the players. While this may allow for stunning creations like "Pacific Rim meets Gears of War"; inventions to darker "George Orwell's "1984" meets Ex Machina", the real problem lies with the benefit itself: codes. Where the player inventions simply to be tried and test
  9. I've been wondering for a while now, and I can't find the answer even if it is most likely lurking somewhere. Will be able to create our own missiles and code their targeting/trajectory using Lua. If you know about the the game From the Depths, that's what I'm getting at. If not, I think it would be really awesome if this could be implemented. I'd say there'd be the basic missiles which wouldn't need programming but if people knew Lua they could code them. Meaning we'd see missiles acting differently and targeting different things.
  10. Hi, I know that DU is not planned to be easy, and scripting will be irremovable part of game mechanic. It is something cool... but write hundreds lines of code can be bothersome task for non-programmer players; beside this, scripting is quite boring in form (you know - lines and lines of numbers and letters, nothing fancy). So. Maybe we can made scripting mini-game itself and give it some interesting graphical interface, easier to understand by "normals"? Of course "text hard mode" will be always available as second option and even "graphical programming" can have less options than te
  11. https://devblog.dualthegame.com/2016/02/20/builder-gameplay-voxel-tools-elements/ I was reading this in the devblog, meditating about the possible relationship between the "virtual simulator" and the LUA code... Starting from the point that in the "real game" you could use LUA only to interact with the "Mesh-based Elements"; should it be possible to use the code in the simulator to automatically build complex (or repetitive) voxel patterns? What do you all think about it?
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