// Copyright (c) 2009 Carlo McWhirter. All Rights Reserved.
// Copyright (c) 2009 Hyteq Systems. All Rights Reserved.
// Hyteq Systems Educational License
// This file is part of WM3DSpectrum, also known as 3D Spectrum Analyzer for
// Windows Media Player. This file, the project that this file is part of, and
// the resulting compiled program files are intended to be used for educational
// purposes only. Use of this file or this project for any non-educational or
// non-observatory purpose is strictly prohibited without the express written
// consent of all of the copyright holders listed above.
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// This file may be modified without being redistributed by any recipient of
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// CLinearInterpolater is used to interpolate the 1024 frequencies provided by windows
// media player into 512 frequencies.
class CSmoothInterpolator :
// Prepare the interpolation
virtual void PrepareInterpolation( TimedLevel* pLevel );
// Get the amplitudes as an interpolated color value.
virtual void GetAplitudesAtIndex( int index, float* fAudioAsColorL, float* fAudioAsColorR );
unsigned char m_LevelCacheL;
unsigned char m_LevelCacheR;
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I have been programming in C/C++ for over 10 years now, and I've programmed in C# since the .NET 1.0 beta was released. I know a lot of other languages, but I find very few languages to be as capable as the C family of languages.
I've worked for a few large corporations, but my favorite job was when I worked for ATS (Automation Tooling Systems) as a Control Systems Engineer. Programming PLCs taught me about the core of computing and the currently under-utilized power of concurrent state machines. Programming real-time computer systems for vision guided robotics and multi-axis motion control is just fun.
My personal interest are computation for finance, aritificial intelligence, physics, electronics engineering, embedded systems, motion control, and of course Music/Audio.