“The ancient postulate of perennial philosophy - the inseparability of value and reality - is psychologized into the demand that reality must satisfy us; the denial of the necessity of this demand is followed by the exclusion from philosophy of most of its traditional problems and the "raising to the dignity of philosophy many trivial and often foolish questions"”
Wilbur Marshall Urban

The Intelligible World: Metaphysics and Value

Franky Strikes a First Pose

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So after almost a month (I can’t believe it’s already been a month!) of tinkering around with anatomy, logic, trigonometry and javascript programming – the illustrated Yoga figure that just stood there can now be moved fairly well into postures using just the mouse (much more fun then lists of numbers).

Joints are used as interactive control points that can be set to allow/prevent rotation and/or movement and then the anatomically correct illustrated figire responds accordingly. There’s no floor consciousness or gravity and there’s still quite a bit of testing and refinement to do – but it’s coming around very nicely 🙂 Soon, I hope, online for you to move with your mouse 🙂 and then …

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