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Tony Lovell (often just "tone") hosts '''Tone's Fighting Ships''' and specializes in fire control and technical aspects of the ships.
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[[File:ToneAndSimonAtNMM2006.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The editors Tony and Simon in Greenwich, UK.]]
  
He can be emailed as "tone" through this website's domain.
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Tony Lovell (often just "tone") administers '''The Dreadnought Project''' and specialises in fire control and technical aspects of the ships, illustrating his knowledge in the form of a [[Sim:Main_Page|3D interactive simulation]] — 3D modelers and game developers are invited to assist.
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Tony is an American residing in Boston.  You can [http://dreadnoughtproject.org/contact.php email him].
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==Current Projects==
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===3D Simulation===
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I am now focusing on my 3D naval simulation project, [[Sim:WTF|With the Fleet]].  If you are a coder or a 3D artist and would like to help me, please email me as tone@(this website's domain name). The project is based on Unity3D, with coding in C#.
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===This Wiki===
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When I get a little O.C.D., I work on the Wiki.  Often, this means reading Service Records for lesser personalities of the period, and adding to the lists of captains for the ships.
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[[User:Tone/SR3|Here]] is a list Service Records I want from the TNA (list updated March 2018).  Nudge, nudge, Simon!
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===Music===
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I am not doing so much with it lately, but visit [http://tonylovellmusic.com TonyLovellMusic.com].  If you play cello, flute, violin or viola and live near Cape Cod, drop me a line!
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==Past Projects==
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===Morse Code Communication via Mobile Devices===
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While working as Entrepreneur in Residence at Orange PLC, I created a Java applet and a mobile app (for the Danger Hiptop) that allowed the user to participate in hybrid Morse Code/text chats.  I [[User:Tone/CW|circulated a memo]] which illustrated the idea of developing a dedicated handheld device for such a throwback communication medium.
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===Semaphore-based Communication via Mobile Devices===
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Later, I followed that work up with [[User:Tone/Semaphone|an even more outlandish demo]], in which a user can encode text by striking semaphore signalling poses.
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==See Also==
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:DulcetTone Tony's Wikipedia user page]
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==Footnotes==
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Latest revision as of 15:30, 24 January 2019

The editors Tony and Simon in Greenwich, UK.

Tony Lovell (often just "tone") administers The Dreadnought Project and specialises in fire control and technical aspects of the ships, illustrating his knowledge in the form of a 3D interactive simulation — 3D modelers and game developers are invited to assist.

Tony is an American residing in Boston. You can email him.

Current Projects

3D Simulation

I am now focusing on my 3D naval simulation project, With the Fleet. If you are a coder or a 3D artist and would like to help me, please email me as tone@(this website's domain name). The project is based on Unity3D, with coding in C#.

This Wiki

When I get a little O.C.D., I work on the Wiki. Often, this means reading Service Records for lesser personalities of the period, and adding to the lists of captains for the ships.

Here is a list Service Records I want from the TNA (list updated March 2018). Nudge, nudge, Simon!

Music

I am not doing so much with it lately, but visit TonyLovellMusic.com. If you play cello, flute, violin or viola and live near Cape Cod, drop me a line!

Past Projects

Morse Code Communication via Mobile Devices

While working as Entrepreneur in Residence at Orange PLC, I created a Java applet and a mobile app (for the Danger Hiptop) that allowed the user to participate in hybrid Morse Code/text chats. I circulated a memo which illustrated the idea of developing a dedicated handheld device for such a throwback communication medium.

Semaphore-based Communication via Mobile Devices

Later, I followed that work up with an even more outlandish demo, in which a user can encode text by striking semaphore signalling poses.

See Also

Footnotes