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MATRIX FALL X 3D (matrix effect in 3D)

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Submitted on: 1/7/2015 3:34:00 AM
By: NoRabbit (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 14 Users
Compatibility: C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++
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     hi ! This is my version of the matrix effect in 3D (the falling characters) I previously submited an other version coded in visual basic (Matrix Fall 3D). I thought it would be a good idea to make the jump from vb to c++ while attempting to do the same in c++ The code is entirely commented (in french, sorry for the others...) It uses "libpng" and "zlib" but you don't need to have them installed. All the source code of these libs are included in the archive. This code demonstrates how to : create a window, use OpenGl, load textures from PNG and BMP directly to opengl, create basics geometry and use texture coordinate easily, use display list, use billboarding, make a basic animation engine, use the camera, create classes, ... The complete rar is also available from wy website : http://www.open-design.be/dev/Matrix Fall X source.rar

 
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7/13/2016 11:06:52 AMAnders

Hi,
This looks interesting! How can I import this solution into Visual Studio 2015?
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1/13/2017 4:19:38 PMTony

This is the best Matrix animation I have come across, and it's not a screensaver! Very well done

I noticed some kind of memory leak if it runs for a long time (week maybe?). The animation starts to stutter. Oddly enough, exiting the program and starting it again still stutters, and I have to restart the PC to get it running smoothly again

Also, when I run it on a particular computer (windows 8), the resolution doesn't seem to return to normal after exiting. Any ideas what the cause could be? It works fine on a different Win7 computer

Thanks for this, I love using for spare displays in our labs, or when bigger displays are not in use. Always gets people looking and asking about it

Feel free to email me at beeblebrux@gmail.com if you'd like to discuss the feedback above. I'd also be interested in playing with the code myself, but am unsure how to setup my project and build the exe

Have a nice day!
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