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Submitted by Karpati Istvan, posted on January 17, 2001




Image Description, by Karpati Istvan



This is a Jelly Cube.
I used some code from http://freespace.virgin.net/hugo.elias. It's using OpenGL for rendering.
It's a screensaver.
You can download it from http://www.ifdef.hu/files/JellyCube-v1.0.zip.
Hardware accelerated OpenGL rendering is hardly recommended.


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Matt

January 18, 2001, 06:27 AM

VERY nice code.
How many springs are you linking from each point?
Do you use an Euler solver or something of higher-order?
One slight problem: I get Z-fighting between the ground and shadow
polys. System is TNT2 running in 32bit mode so I'm not sure why.
Maybe add environment mapping as well as vertex lighting? :)
Good stuff.

Matt

 
Timothy Barnes

January 18, 2001, 06:38 AM

Jeez. I guess http://freespace.virgin.net/hugo.elias is really that helpful. (I learned how to do quadratic beziers and found out how dot/cross product works out in math...)

 
tom

January 18, 2001, 06:46 AM

yeah, looks cool indeed.

however, there's a little bug. if the screensaver password
is activated, and you want to stop the screensaver, then the password
dialog pops up but is immediately overwritten by your screen saver.
i guess this is because you don't call ValidateRect() after rednering a frame in order to get a higher frame rate.
(i had the same problem once, but could only solve it by calling ValidateRect(), and then the frame rate goes down...)

 
Kezza

January 18, 2001, 07:09 AM

Firstly i would like to congratulate Karpati Istvan on a beautiful display of non-rigid dynamics. I'm interested to know, is the cube stable or does it show the possibility to collapse (and go bannanas)?

Secondly i would like to thank Kurt Miller for re-opening this iotd message board. It gives the iotd alot of purpose if people can discusss what they see.

 
bernie

February 02, 2001, 12:31 PM

Hát, ez tök frankó, végre egy magyar srácra leltem. Azt hittem, hogy csak én olvasom ezt az oldalt Mo-ról.

A stuff egész kúlul néz ki. Így tovább!

Üdv,
bernie

 
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