Dec 102017
JclPlasma demo. C source inc. for making the .DAT file it uses.
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JclPlasma demo. C source inc. for making the .DAT file it uses.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
GENPLAS.C 1903 995 deflated
JCLPLASM.ASM 8751 2475 deflated
JCLPLASM.COM 521 444 deflated
PLASMA.DAT 224320 75035 deflated
README.TXT 1211 687 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file

JCL-Plasma v1.3a - (C) 1994 JCL-Software

This is a routine I've knocked up over the last couple of days to
generate a 'real' plasma effect. It was inspired by the plasma in
RFVDEMO.ZIP by Thomas Hagen, and seeing his made me want to go write one
of my own. This one is a little different, however, from the routines
already available (there are a couple of others). Firstly it runs in
full-screen 320x200 (as opposed to 160x100), and on my 486DX/33 it runs
at _70fps_ both of which are vast improvements over the others that I
have seen.

A 486 is recommended for this code. It will work on a 386, but its a
bit jerky. (note that this will NOT work on a 286 - sorry).

I've put all the source code here - feel free to tweak, especially with
the generating functions, but PLEASE distribute this ZIP file intact.


JCLPLASM.COM - run this..
JCLPLASM.ASM - source for ^
PLASMA .DAT - input file for ^
GENPLAS .C - C source for generating functions
README .TXT - erm..

email comments to [email protected] ( or Selwyn College,
Cambridge, UK )

Jezza (4/2/94)

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