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IDEAS(1D)							     IDEAS(1D)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     ideas - Ideas in Motion in	OpenGL

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     ideas [-a]	[-d] [-s{1-4}] [-M <number>]

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     ideas ideas is an OpenGL implementation of	Ideas In Motion.  Ideas	in Motion
 is an	experiment in real-time	animation.  The	scene opens on a piece
     of	paper with the Silicon Graphics	logo and the words "ideas in motion"
     on	a table	lit by a single	lamp.  The view	moves in on the	paper and a
     three dimensional version of the logo grows out of	the paper and flies
     around a bit.  The	scene ends with	everything faded out except the	logo
     and the words.

     Pressing the left mouse button restarts the animation at the beginning.

     Pressing the ESC key exits	the program.

     Pressing keys 1 through 4 varies the speed	of the animation (1 =

     Pressing the 'm' key toggles multisampling	on and off, when multisampling
     is	available.  When mutlisampling is not available	it has no effect.

     Pressing any other	key pauses or unpaused the program.

     The -a option causes the animation	to loop.

     The -d option causes the program to run single-buffered.

     The -s{1-4} option	sets the speed of the program (1 = slowest, default =

     The -M <number> option causes the program to try to use the given number
     of	multisamples.

     The lighting on the logo and the lamp are infinite	source with the	specular
 component and were done with the hardware.  The lighting on the tabletop
 (the spotlight effect) was done in software	for each vertex	of a
     13x13 grid.  The logo and its shadow each contain 2016 meshed triangles.
     The lamp contains 384 meshed triangles.  The letters contain approximately
	1200 total meshed triangles.

NOTES    [Toc]    [Back]

     The ideas executable is located in	/usr/demos/General_Demos/ideas

AUTHOR    [Toc]    [Back]

     Thant Tessman Ported to OpenGL by Celeste Fowler

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