Wednesday, 27 June 2007

Unveiling the power of the Porsche 911

Take a look at the newest Simax Project video. It shows a high speed ride with the Porsche 911 Carrera through a highway, closed to traffic.

http://stage6.divx.com/user/graphicdna/video/1351013/Simax-DS--Porsche-911-highway-ride--HD

More info at: www.simax.es

Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Simax HiRes Videos

Muy buenas, estamos subiendo los videos del proyecto Simax al siguiente link:

http://stage6.divx.com/user/graphicdna/videos/group:uservideos

Stage6 soporta videos HD, así que hasta nuevo aviso, todos los futuros videos serán subidos allí.

Saludos

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Hi, we are uploading all the simax videos to:

http://stage6.divx.com/user/graphicdna/videos/group:uservideos

They are HD, so every new video will appear there too.

Cheers!

Monday, 18 June 2007

Artículo en Expansión&Empleo

En el siguiente enlace:

http://www.expansionyempleo.com/edicion/expansionyempleo/emprendedores_y_franquicias/informacion_al_empresario/es/desarrollo/1003698.html

podéis leer un artículo publicado en Expansión&Empleo (suplemento del periódico Expansión) en el que hablan del pasado CodeCamp de Microsoft.

Saludos!

Friday, 15 June 2007

Simax Driving Simulator, Ejercicio formativo elemental

Muy buenas,

este post lo escribo en español porque el nuevo video de Simax también está en castellano, así que ná...

En el siguiente link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RObi53UJoDk

Tenéis el último video del proyecto simax, uno de los ejercicios formativos disponibles en el simulador, destinado a la práctica de las maniobras más básicas necesarias para el manejo de un turismo con transmisión manual, en este caso un Porsche 911... (no hubiera estado mal aprender a conducir con este coche, en lugar del Ibiza que tenían en mi autoescuela... ;)

Espero guste !

Un saludo,

Friday, 8 June 2007

Simax Porsche 911 Carrera S trailer

There´s a new Simax video available. You can find it here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6VLp3Q4xdM

It shows some visual details of a Porsche 911 Carrera inside the engine of the Simax simulator. All scenes have been taken from live action in the simulator (no rendered scenes or post processing).

Hope you like it.

Cheers!

Monday, 4 June 2007

Microsoft CodeCamp. June 2007. El Rocío, Huelva

Hi there !

It´s been long ago since the last time I wrote a post. I´ve been really busy with the Simax project and the recent events. I haven´t visited the MSDN forums much neither, but I hope to start getting more time for my own since now.


This last weekend I had the chance to go to El Rocio (Huelva, Spain), where took place the Microsoft Codecamp. It´s a wonderful place with really good weather and food, and a must for any tourist visiting the south of Spain.

I personally enjoyed a lot my time there, and must thank Microsoft´s people (Jose, Alfonso, Beatriz, Maribel, Ethel, ...) for all the good work done there. It was GREAT !


We were accomodated in this wonderful bungalow camping:





and the agenda included lots of interesting sessions: http://www.microsoft.com/spanish/msdn/spain/eventos/codeagenda.mspx.



In the morning, I gave an introduction to XNA development, followed by a more technical XNA session by Javier Canton (http://www.codeplex.com/XNACommunity), who showed some very interesting visual effects, using XNA post-production shaders. Good work Javier!.







Later on, I presented the Simax Project and made a short demo showing the features of the driving simulator:






It would be too long to talk about every other session, but I must include a special mention to "El diván de Monica", really fun and instructive, in which Miguel Egea (http://blogs.solidq.com/ES/megea), Unai Zorrilla (http://geeks.ms/blogs/unai/) and Alejandro Mezcua (http://www.byteabyte.net/) were interviewed by Monica, and talked about their great experience in the industry, giving very good advices to all of us.


Of course, I cannot finish this post without talking about the last chart of the first day: "El rock ha muerto" (Rock is dead), by Chema Alonso (http://elladodelmal.blogspot.com/) and Ricardo Varela (http://phobeo.com). What can I say... Just take a look by yourself:


This has been, with no doubt, the funniest session I´ve ever seen. And was instructive too !!

Finally, I also have to thank Daniel Romano, Carlos Ibarra and Fernando Lacunza for their help with the shipment to the CodeCamp. It was hard, but you made it... Thanks !!


Thanks a lot to everyone !!!!!