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macgub



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Demos/intros
I decide to release some intros. If you want run it in emulator, I recomend KlbrInWin.


Description: Another intro in Gouraud shading.
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Filename: HEARTgrd.zip
Filesize: 2.2 KB
Downloaded: 896 Time(s)

Description: Another intro in 24 bit gouraud shading.
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Filename: CRUCEgrd.zip
Filesize: 2.18 KB
Downloaded: 813 Time(s)

Description: 3dsgrd - rotaring house in gouraud 24 bit shading. Sources included.
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Filename: 3dsgrd.zip
Filesize: 12.99 KB
Downloaded: 832 Time(s)

Post 17 Mar 2006, 07:58
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Madis731



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You have been busy I see - nice going. Btw, the button options are great, that you included Wink
Post 17 Mar 2006, 09:31
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macgub



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I want present to you new version of 3ds, sources to CruceGrd and sources to HeartGrd.


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Filename: HEARTgrd.zip
Filesize: 10.56 KB
Downloaded: 720 Time(s)

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Filename: CRUCEgrd.zip
Filesize: 10.58 KB
Downloaded: 806 Time(s)

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Filename: 3dsknotsphere.7z
Filesize: 52.5 KB
Downloaded: 767 Time(s)

Post 05 Apr 2006, 08:55
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Madis731



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I suggest you all take a look at the 3dsknotsphere.7z Exclamation
:clap: :clap: Very Happy Wonderful!
It lets you ZOOM±, TRANSLATE XYZ± and change shading on-the-fly.

Of course the Rotationangle and the Speed can be toggled.

Thank you for another set of toys to play with!

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Post 05 Apr 2006, 09:37
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macgub



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Madis !! Thanks again for support to .3ds files. Very Happy It's really useful thing.
Post 06 Apr 2006, 06:54
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macgub



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Of course, demo can be optimized better, but I want show you it.


Description: Texture + smooth shading + rotary on matirx
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Filename: MV_mrx.7z
Filesize: 10.45 KB
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Post 19 Feb 2007, 14:11
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Madis731



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Have you tried moving your demo to [gs:] sector? My tests show that its a heck faster and the calculations are easier when on a hardware that has 4-bytes-per-pixel. QEMU is the only card so far I've found to use the 3-bytes-per-pixel.

All imul,reg,3 or lea reg,[reg*3] can be replaced with faster shl reg,2 or even faster times 2 add reg,reg
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macgub



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Hi.. How can I do blending without mul Question
It's texture + smooth paralell Embarassed
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Post 26 Mar 2007, 10:09
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Madis731



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At least on my system I can feel the difference in speed. Still there are some problems with pixel mapping as I can see. Sometimes horizontal lines run across the triangle borders Sad

Otherwise, well done.
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macgub



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Just a simply remake of my demo MVincit - simply glanzing effect.


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Filename: mvincit2.zip
Filesize: 13.24 KB
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Post 25 May 2008, 16:14
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macgub



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Demo with smooth shading lines effect ( I mean 24bit color interpolation). For now rotared simply object. Package contains sources and binaries for Menuet and KolibriOS.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/mercy.zip
screenshot:
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/mercy_big.jpg
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macgub



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I update mercy.zip file. I forgot add procedure which draws single line, sorry.
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macgub



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You dont like my evangelization demos?
Rotated cube for Menuet and Kolibri.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/cubeline.zip
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Madis731



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If you are referring to me, then I haven't checked this thread for 5 years Smile That's why I didn't reply.

mvincit2.zip seems to use some kind of transparency. I don't know what that 'glanzing' means.

I don't know if cubeline.zip uses the same 3D technique as the others, but when it rotates, it seems to bend or skew a little bit. Like it is isometric, but not perspective. Is this true? Maybe its just my eyes Smile

Although I know the fresh demos might be techically more challenging, the first ones from years back are more beatiful for the eye Wink
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macgub



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Like it is isometric, but not perspective. Is this true?


It's true. Cube isn't perrspective. And the name of demo is not correct. It's not cube, but rather parallelogram.
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macgub



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I ported randall clover renderer (see linux section of this forum) into MenuetOS64. Orginally it was 64 bit and SSE3, now its 32 bit and SSE2.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/clover.zip -> code
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/clover_big.png -> screenshot
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I ported another randalls code -> 3d Julia set.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/qjulia.zip -> code and binaries for MeOS64 and KolibriOS.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/qjulia_big.jpg -> screenshot.
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macgub



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Tiny ray tracer with animation posibilities. Three lights and five spheres rotating. Only single thread for now. For MenuetOS64.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/ray.zip -> src + bin
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/ray_big.jpg -> screenshot
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Tiny ray tracer. In this version I added single plane and shadows on spheres caused by other spheres. Still only single thread.
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/ray01.zip -> src + bin
http://macgub.hekko.pl/menuet/ray01_big.jpg -> screenshot
Take it and be happy. Very Happy
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