12/02/2018 11:18am
Indeed! [LINK]
08/02/2018 4:07pm
The advert video for @iros_2018 is really good! I wish robots really served coffee at the conference [LINK]
07/02/2018 10:10am
RT @NatureEcoEvo: Cockroach and termite genomes reveal molecular basis of termite eusociality [LINK] [LINK]
06/02/2018 1:29pm
Robotics for Nuclear Environments - a really cool website for a really cool project that I am currently a part of a… [LINK]
02/02/2018 8:09pm
RT @RIFBristol: Everything you need to know about Bristol’s sci-tech scene [LINK] via @siliconrepublic [LINK]

[Quote Calculator]

Date: Feb 2008
Tags: Flash :: ActionScript :: web

Quote Calculator The quote calculator was implemented on one of my former web sites from when I was a freelancer. User can specify parameters like type of web site, extra features, number of forms, etc. and get immediate quote estimation.

The details could be sent to an admin email address using a provided pop-up form that appears after clicking the Submit button.

Run Quote calculator

{Please enable JavaScript in order to post comments}

[You might also be intested in...]

A Particle System
This is an example of a Flash particle system, where basic behaviour of one particle (e.g. follow mouse, disappear slowly, etc) is specified. A number of particles are created each frame, providing interesting effects.
Shopping cart
This shopping cart was incorporated in a HTML web site. User can create several bags, change their styles and drag-and-drop items into them. Clicking on items displays their information. A list of items in the bag is provided along with a subtotal updated each time an item is added.
Reminder widget
This small Flash application shows the time and date. It also lets user set up a reminder for a certain time with specified text. The widget could be used on community web sites or in user areas.
V-REP, Gazebo or ARGoS? A robot simulators comparison
Let’s have a look at three commonly used open-source simulators for robotics: V-REP, Gazebo and ARGoS, to find out which one suits your project the best.
Designing Effective Roadmaps for Robotics Innovation
Automated factories, autonomous delivery drones, self-driving cars: these and similar technologies will soon touch every aspect of our lives. An engaging discussion about how these technologies are regulated and innovated took place at the IROS 2017 conference.
The Information-Cost-Reward framework for understanding robot swarm foraging
The Information-Cost-Reward (ICR) framework relates the way in which robots obtain and share information about where work needs to be done to the swarm’s ability to exploit that information in order to perform work efficiently in the context of a particular task and environment.