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Running OCS/AGA/RTG Demos

Arnes Amiga Assembly Course 009

Arne von Boehn

Posts 34
09 Jul 2021 20:49


Greetings im Arne ,
 
I'm 14 years old and I like coding in 68080 assembly.
 
I like to show you a small assembly program that
shows a 3D model, with 16bit music and nice sinus scroller .

I hope you like it!
 



Gunnar von Boehn
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 5487
09 Jul 2021 20:52


Nice one Arne!

Thank you.

The funny part is that the Demo runs smooth with 50 FPS on the V4.
But the video created by the PC looks jerky,
it seems the Windows-PC was not fast enough to record the V4 smoothly. :-)

Amiga=1  PC=0


Kamelito Loveless

Posts 206
09 Jul 2021 23:03


That one is very nice.

Where no man has gone before...
The quotation has also gained popularity outside Star Trek. In 1989, NASA used the phrase to title its retrospective of Project Apollo: Where No Man Has Gone Before.

One can replace man by Amiga.


Markus B

Posts 209
10 Jul 2021 08:43


Impressive results.

Suggestion: put up a proper website where you explain your approaches and the results.
It would interesting to understand how the 3D model is animated.

Things will get lost in this forum way too quickly.


Sean Sk

Posts 431
10 Jul 2021 09:00


I have to say, that's really impressive.
 
You should talk to J. Michael Straczynski about offering to do the special effects for a revival series of Babylon 5. :D
 


Ville Helin

Posts 3
10 Jul 2021 11:30


I would love to see the source code that renders the 3D model.


Saladriel Amrael

Posts 161
12 Jul 2021 07:36


Whow!
Is that ship a real time render?
If so, it looks impressive!


Saladriel Amrael

Posts 161
12 Jul 2021 07:39


Gunnar von Boehn wrote:

Nice one Arne!
 
  Thank you.
 
 
  The funny part is that the Demo runs smooth with 50 FPS on the V4.
  But the video created by the PC looks jerky,
  it seems the Windows-PC was not fast enough to record the V4 smoothly. :-)
 
  Amiga=1  PC=0

Most likely it is because the capture framerate is 30Fps or 60Fps, whose are not even compared to 50.


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