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Constructing a String Name for a Type with C++

By Amit Karim, DeepMotion’s Lead Engine Programmer

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When you’re building generic software or debugging tools, sometimes it’s useful to be able to construct a string from a type. Currently, there is no easy platform or compiler-independent way to do this. In this article we’ll talk about

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A Case for a Custom Array

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Written by Amit Karim, DeepMotion’s Lead Engine Programmer

At DeepMotion we’re interested in the boundary where intelligent physics simulation meets animation. Using new and innovative techniques our product line includes a revolutionary new articulated physics solver and machine learning-based character controllers that can synthesize motion skills in real-time,

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