Most of my ideas for software and likewise, just comes to mind when I’m really goddamn tired. Like now. I’m REALLY tired right now, and I have a fever (probably, at least), and I’ve been spåning (that’s what we say in sweden, we ‘spånar på ideér’, ‘spooning on ideas’ – a rough translation. Really rough. Not even close to furry.) – and here’s my latest addition.
BevyKonf. WHAT YOU SAY!? What the heck is BevyKonf?
Well, I want to create a collaborated configurator, it’s hard to explain, but I’ll try. I would like to turn ModBuilder BF3 Configurator into an universal software for any and all games on the planet. Or at least most of them. I want it to automatically recognize configuration files and through a network determine the best settings depending on what people say around the world. For example, you upload your configuration file to the server and comment on the variables. Let’s say you have a variable called render.lockfps 30, which limits the framerate to 30. You explain the variables function in the software, and add an recommendation of this variable to be set higher, let’s say 60. The software automatically detects your graphics card and other settings, and generates an algorithm, and you choose a scenario – say “professional gamer”. Then everyone with the same or near graphics card as you who has categorized themselves as a “professional gamer” will be prompted (unless turned to automatic) to change his/her value of render.lockfps to 60 instead of 30. They’ll see your reason why, and accept/deny depending on whatever they like.
A typical scenario is when this has grown big, the BevyKonf automatically optimizes depending on your hardware (and possibly software?) configuration. And this works all along multiple games. Instantly!
You could really get some awesome statistics out of this, too, for game developers.
Oh yeah. I made a logotype too!