I have a question for someone who knows Blender GE (At least better than me:). I am trying to make a simple program for event simulations. But nothing as complicated as shown in the link below.
For example: http://www.flexsim.com/products/flexsim/
Now to explain what do I mean. There are 4 basic things that I would like to make: A source, que, processor, and of course elements. Now to explain a little bit… Imagine yourself in your local market. You go in grocery shopping and when you have everything, it’s time to go to the chekout. You represent the element in this simulation and the checkout represents the processor but before you get to the checkout you have to wait in a que to be proccesed. In this way you can determine which is the better solution, one que and two checkouts or two checkouts each with it’s own que. This kind of research is done by scientist to see which method is faster and therefore logical to implement in real life. So to make this simulation be of any use to us we need controll over the lenght of time the proccesor needs for one element and the length of the que, preferably in an easy to use menu. Oh, and a random object generator to simulate things that go into the que.
I’ve searched all over the net to find some information about this sort of work in blender but no luck. I was trying to make it myself and it turned out I bit off more than I can chew. So I am posting this with a hope that someone would be able to help me make this little project a reality. And I can explain much more of this stuff if it’s needed.