Crazy Ivan is a service designed to store ‘scenes’, which means an arbitrary collection of objects in 3-space within a geographic area. Devices can register/de-register from scenes as they move through the world, and as they do we build a network of relationships that can be used to determine the transformations needed for other devices.
Crazy Ivan also serves as a UDP Server, communicating Object Change Streams to registered devices.
Detailed documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs.
- Storage of Scenes (Groups of virtual objects & user devices associated to a latitude/longitude)
- Efficient calculation of coordinate system transformations based on existing data
- Means to store manual corrections from users
- Connect to other services over Zero MQ using Google Protocol Buffers.
- Scalable microservice design
Crazy Ivan is a part of the AO Aesel Project, along with CLyman. It therefore utilizes the DVS Interface library, also available on github. It utilizes the Scene.proto file for inbound communications.
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