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Telemachus is back in development again! Issue tracking: GitHub TLDR: Once the Telemachus data link part is installed... or our Brand New Teleblade™ Antenna by @Stone Blue ...you can connect to a telemetry source using your web browser, to obtain several visualizations..... ...and then combine them to construct your own mission control. In the image below we have an example of such a setup: From left to right you have Atmospheric density chart, KSP (obviously), Altitude chart, and a g-force chart on the tablet perched on the shelf. The following screenshots show more Telemachus features. Figure 1 - Send basic commands to your vessels Figure 2 - MechJeb2 integration Figure 3 - Kerbal Maps integration That's not all! Say Hello to Houston UI: Houston has a ton of really cool features, some of which work! A ground track, for plotting the path of a ship in orbit An altitude estimate for said ground track (heavy emphasis on "estimate") Readouts for the stock resource types in KSP Status light indicators A 3D navball (huge thanks to Lokaltog/KeRD for an awesome implementation) Throttle and Atmosphere gauges Position Maps A 3D Orbit Map (using Three.js) A Hohmann Transfer tool (not guaranteed to properly transfer you as per Hohmann's specifications) Links to the Telemachus Console and MKON Data Tables, whoooo! NavBar: More info about Houston at GitHub Download links: Download Telemachus Stable from GitHub Releases or SpaceDock Download Telemachus Unstable from AppVeyor For Compliance of Add-on Rule 5 In case it wasn't obvious already, Telemachus sends telemetry data from KSP to a web browser. If you require precise information on the data exchanged and the protocols used, then please check out the API Documentation. Notice I am not a Telemachus Creator. I am the main continuator of this project, after @tcannonfodder. This is NOT njbrown09's Telemachus Continued. When something will happen, I will change Telemachus name to TeleCore. Links Installation Instructions User Guide API Documentation Source Code Credits License (MIT)
How it was possible that in Houston in late 60's they have all this charts and graphs on big screen while i had my first computer in 1996 and i mostly need write all commands in command line and get most output as text ?
Hey there! I'm Cannon, the developer of KSP: Houston, and I've been working on a fork of Telemachus that supports 1.1+ and adds various endpoints that I need to grow Houston. Unfortunately, the canonical version of Telemachus appears to be abandoned. Issues and pull requests aren't being responded to, and the original developer isn't responding to inquiries. I'd like to coordinate and consolidate new development on Telemachus into a new repository with active maintainers. This would make the mod better for everyone: right now the current canonical version of Telemachus is broken for 1.1+ and new features can't be added. On top of that, I'm having to package Houston 1.0 with my forked version of Telemachus, which will inevitably lead to confusion later down the line. The forked version is here: https://github.com/tcannonfodder/Telemachus If someone could give me some guidance on the proper way to go about changing maintainers that would be awesome. Off the top of my head, I know the following things need to be changed: CKAN listing Curse listing The forum post for the mod Also: If you, or someone you know, has been working on Telemachus or is interested in helping it grow, let me know! I'm looking for active maintainers to help it grow! Thanks!