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spinning icon demo
#1
This is surely the most useless item here, but let's see how it turns out. It's homebrew after all, right?

The demo: a 3D pcsx2 icon, just spinning.

Inspired by the images (and a comment) from gigaherz's blog, along with my own boredom...

   

Looks like crap, I know.... Biggrin
Binary and source code included in the zip file.


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#2
Looks really nice. Good work Smile
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#3
hohoho! Very nice.Good job Tongue
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#4
If you know how to use the VU and can add some stars and sparkle 'n stuff, this can be used as a PCSX2 benchmark Wink
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#5
Thanks for the responses, guys.

As for getting fancy with effects, my dev skills are quite noobish in general (even more so with PS2).
But it would be really cool if I could pull off anything resembling that... I might give it a try. Laugh
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#6
The rotation effects could be more faster (spinning diagonal and all of a sudden flip! xD)
Just giving an idea Tongue
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#7
Not bad, I like it so far. To me, she's a good tester, ya know to measure the frame rate and how fast you can make it spin if you turn off the frame limit.
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#8
nice, i like it!

220-230fps, gsdx10, hardware, no speedhacks, native res

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158 fps core 2 duo 1.8Ghz w/ 8400M GT Smile
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(04-13-2010, 04:48 PM)rama Wrote: We've discussed this idea before actually, but there wasn't a good (and free) homebrew available.
(07-13-2010, 01:52 PM)rama Wrote: If you know how to use the VU and can add some stars and sparkle 'n stuff, this can be used as a PCSX2 benchmark Wink

May this will be the right benchmark material the PCSX2 team are looking for. I examined it's suitable for GPU Benchmark and CPU Benchmark. Now waiting for the fancy delicate stars or something added to the demo until put it to benchmark.



(07-14-2010, 05:28 PM)SonicXPS2 Wrote: The rotation effects could be more faster (spinning diagonal and all of a sudden flip! xD)
Just giving an idea Tongue

This may cause unstable FPS which is a disadvantage for benchmark purpose if position is suddenly changed.
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