Definitions for "Enki "
("Lord-Earth"; Nudimmud; Babylonian Ea; Jewish/Enochian Azaz-El; Greek Prometheus; Hindu Vishnu) God of wisdom and water, who along with Ninmah, fashions man from clay
One of the most important gods of Mesopotamian civilizations. He ruled the force of water was son of the supreme god Anu. Also called Ea.
Enki was a deity in Sumerian mythology, later known as Ea. The main temple to Enki was in Eridu. He was the keeper of the holy Me. His symbols included a goat and a fish, which later combined into a single beast, the Capricorn, which became one of the signs of the zodiac. Contrary to the translation of his name ("en" meaning lord, and "ki" meaning earth), he is the lord of the Abzu, the watery abyss.
Enki is a fast 2D physics-based robot simulator. It is able to simulate cinematics, collisions, sensors, and cameras of robots on a flat surface. It also provides limited support for friction. It is able to simulate groups of robots hundreds of times faster than real-time on a modern desktop computer.
Enki is a Javascript library and browser abstraction. Its goal is to provide a browser independent way to create high dynamic and flexible web pages. It provides a high abstraction of different gui elements and also allows ajax interaction.