This blog traces progress of the project that's subject is to documenting shogi community standards for storing, representing, transmitting shogi-related data (games, tsume, etc.), building tools to translate between the formats, discuss Shogi software in general.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Yesterday I came across this site by Adam Szlachta: shogi-lab.net.
It looks like a work in progress but it looks very promising. The site, as I understand it, intends to present in visually pleasing way, shogi games, openings, tsume, etc.
Like I said, it looks like a beginning now, but have a look at http://www.shogi-lab.net/oneye/.
You can browse through two games from Yoshiharu Habu "Habu's Words".
I hope the site will achieve its full potential...