VOIP Support in SVN

Lets examine two quick points: Hardcore gamers like choices. Hardcore gamers like VOIP. Based on these theories, ioquake3 is adding VOIP support for the next release. This internal support is going to bring along with it support for (entirely optional)┬áMumble positional VOIP audio. More nerd-speak after the break, the short and quick of it is,… Continue reading VOIP Support in SVN

q3osc: Using ioquake3 as a musical environment

Robert Hamilton of the Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics has just released a fully usable version of q3osc. From the Forum post: q3osc is my updated version of Julian Oliver’s older q3apd mod which streamed user data from quake3 to the Pure Data (PD) audio processing language. I’ve built a… Continue reading q3osc: Using ioquake3 as a musical environment

Mailing List Move

Update 2: The mailing list move is complete, archives are fully available now. Update 1: The mailing list move is almost complete, archives remain to be moved because Dreamhost support isn’t done yet. But everyone who was subscribed should be resubscribed. Please refer to http://lists.ioquake.org/ for all inquiries regarding the discussion list now. The Discussion… Continue reading Mailing List Move

Stereoscopic viewing in ioquake3

With all the 3D frenzy for home entertainment systems going on, ioquake3 did not want to fall behind, so as of the latest SVN revision ioquake3 officially supports rendering of stereoscopic images. Actually, we’re not quite sure whether this works for quad buffer based rendering methods for shutter glasses as we lack the hardware (can… Continue reading Stereoscopic viewing in ioquake3