Cube playing Demo:-)

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Cube playing Demo:-)

Postby Frankolino » Wednesday 27. August 2008, 22:57

new edit: 03-12-2008 :)

Dear Realsoft friends, I have visited a course with programming teaching last week and created (build after open gl examples) such little things... It's not realsoft specific, sorry, I know, but perhaps there will be some days a plugin or a little game as a plugin for realsoft :-)

for the cube-demo-playing you can use

a) the up-down-left-right button (arrows)
b) L button for light
c) F button for filtering.

Attention: exit the little program with the "Esc" button !

there may be some accelerations too be careful :-B

have some nice seconds:-) this little example I have adapted for an open gl exercise... more will come in some month !

bye, best regards, Frankolino

PS: Does it run on your Win32 computer? ;-)

this version does run, I am sure...
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Re: Cube playing Demo:-)

Postby Yogi » Sunday 28. September 2008, 10:13

No, doesn't run on my Win32 Computer. A window flashes shortly and that's all.
Why has the file no Icon?
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Re: Cube playing Demo:-)

Postby Frankolino » Wednesday 3. December 2008, 00:08

dear yogi, please try it again... have updated the last file, have forgotten a picture, so the example couldn't run... sorry...

best regards, Frankolino (now quite out of realsoft 3d stuff )

ps: would be very nice to get some feedback if this version runs ;)

pps: this forum is alive???
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Re: Cube playing Demo:-)

Postby Yogi » Friday 19. December 2008, 12:49

It works. But it's too fast. I can't see anything after a while of playing. :-)
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