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3D Demos



The software provided on this page is without warranty and provided "as is" for personal use. The user should use caution and run this software at their own risk. Resale or commerical use of these products is not permitted. The software on this page was written as practice and is provided here only as sample programs for those who may find them useful. While I will accept comments, bug reports and suggestions the software is considered legacy and is not under any on going development or support.

Demos using 3D.

3D Wire Frame Cube
Size 899 Bytes
Year 1997
Language Assembly
Operating System DOS
This is a 3D WireFrame Cube That you hit X, Y, and Z to Rotate and +/- to Scale, Escape Exits. World Position is (0,0,300) constant. ** If the Cube looks distorted ,blink your eyes, it's an optical illusion. No Bounds checking so if you make the object larger than the screen, the program will crash. Rotates at 1 Degree. This program rotates fast, so it may look like it's distorted, but it's only your eyes, blink or something. You sometimes will see the back of the cube as if it's the front and the front as if it's the back and it will seem to rotate the wrong direction, but it's not.


3D Solid cube
Size 2463 Bytes
Year 1997
Language Assembly
Operating System DOS
This is a 3D Solid Cube That you hit X, Y, and Z to Rotate and +/- to Scale, Escape Exits. World Position is (0,0,300) constant. ** No Bounds checking so if you make the object larger than the screen, the program will crash. Rotates at 1 Degree.


 
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