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 colorbars(6) -- generate NTSC colorbars
    colorbars is an NTSC colorbar generator. Using LEFTMOUSE, one can alternate between four different standard colorbars patterns. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 cycles(6) -- solo or networked multiplayer motorcycle game
    You are riding your motorcycle against psychotic humans and robots. Avoid crashing into all bikes, trails and walls. Points are awarded for excessive speed and making others crash near you or into your trail. You can jump over trails and other cycles.
 demograph(6) -- graphs demographic data in 3D over time.
    The demograph demo graphs actual U.S. census data in three dimensions over time. Two sets of data are available: Population Distribution or Per Capita Income by state.
 distort(6) -- real time image distortion demo
    distort demonstrates how texture mapping can be used to produce real time image distortion effects. This is achieved by mapping a high resolution texture onto a large array of polygons. The imgfile argument is used to indicate the name of an alternate image file. The default image, /usr/demos/General_Demos/distort/data/distort.rgb, is a picture of a dog. Use the left mouse button to select one of the following distortion effects:...
 doom(6) -- The popular PC game "DOOM" for SGI systems
    This is SGI DOOM v1.9, the Silicon Graphics version of the popular PC game DOOM. This is the shareware version (first episode) of the game. If you're not familiar with DOOM on the PCs, there is a seperate README file in the /usr/demos/General_Demos/doom directory that describes in lurid detail DOOM for PCs. While much of it remains relevant to SGI systems, installation and operating system information is not pertinent. First time users are advised to consult the README file to get an idea how t...
 flight(6) -- simulate the flight of any of several aircraft
    Flight is an interactive flight simulator. One large viewport shows the world; several smaller ones simulate instruments. The world is shown from the cockpit of an aircraft or from a control tower. The mouse and keyboard control the aircraft and its environment. If the -h option is selected a "heads-up" display is used instead of the instrument panel. This kind of display is commonly used in the military. It allows for a larger view, which results in a slower update rate. The -O option causes ...
 gamcal(6) -- visually check gamma display calibration
    gamcal checks to see if the gamma correction value is correct by comparing the intensity of full on/full off horizontal lines to a region of half-intensity grey. Normally the gamma of the display should be set to 2.4 using the program /usr/sbin/gamma. When the gamma of the display is set correctly, there should be little or no change in brightness in each column of rectangles in the window. In the column on the far left, the horizontal lines alternate full intensity and black. The average bright...
 gamma(6) -- get or set the system gamma value
    gamma with no arguments prints the current gamma correction value. gamma followed by a floating point argument sets the gamma correction value. This system resource can only be changed by the super user. Positive numbers less than 20.0 are allowable values for gamma. On systems with gamma hardware, the X server should be terminated and restarted. This can be done via kill(1) or, if xdm(1) is used, by changing the terminateServer entry in /usr/lib/X11/xdm/xdm-config to True. Colors in X clients m...
 grid(6) -- generate a 10 by 10 grid
    grid draws a 10 by 10 grid. This can be useful for aligning a camera to the display. To exit this program, press any key on the keyboard, or RIGHTMOUSE. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 hist(6) -- compute and display the histogram of an image file.
    hist reads an image file specified by the user, then computes and displays the histogram of the image file. The red hash-marks indicate the boundaries of the range of intensities for a given image. The black line starting in the bottom left corner and going up to the top right is the indicator of the distribution function of the histogram. Pressing LEFTMOUSE will print the pixel value currently under the cursor. Page 1 PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111...
 i3dm(6) -- Interactive 3D Modeler
    I3DM is an Interactive 3D Modeler. It is provided for the demonstration of basic modeling techniques and to show the power of Silicon Graphics' workstations. There are many modeling programs available on the market, many of which have far more capabilities than I3DM offers, however I3DM is license-free, and is available at no charge. Some of the features include line and curve drawing, surface of revolution, extrusions, texture-mapping (when run on machines that support it), interactive manipul...
 ideas(6) -- Ideas in Motion in OpenGL
    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 a...
 imgexp(6) -- expand the range of pixel values in an image.
    imgexp expands the range of pixel values in an image. Pixel values less than or equal to min are mapped to 0, while pixel values greater than or equal to max are mapped to 255. If min and max are not provided on the command line, then the minimum and maximum pixel values in the image are used. This can be used to manipulate the contrast of images.
 installfoliofonts(6) -- Install POSTSCRIPT outline font and font metric file
    installfoliofonts extracts the specified POSTSCRIPT outline font and its associated Adobe Font Metric (AFM) file from the Adobe Macintosh Font Folio CD-ROM and installs them for use with Adobe POSTSCRIPT software. Consult the documentation for your Adobe POSTSCRIPT system software for instructions on how to make use of the new fonts.
 installpcfonts(6) -- Install POSTSCRIPT fonts from Adobe IBM PC font packages
    installpcfonts extracts POSTSCRIPT outline fonts and Adobe Font Metric (AFM) files from an Adobe IBM PC font package using the Unix workstation's floppy disk drive. Consult the documentation for your Adobe system software for instructions on how to make use of the new fonts.
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