Download it here: My First 4K Intro by Fulcrum
Aug 06 2016
This is our contribution to the Assembly 2016 1K competition, where it took the 1st place. You need quite a powerful graphic card to run it in realtime. (RX 470 level for 720p version, GTX 1080 for the 1080p version). There is some making-of information in the readme.txt in the archive.
Feedback welcome on the Pouet page: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=67906
You can watch a recording on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JM0_2JX5Zoo
Download the archive with executable party and safe versions here:
Escape Through Subspace 1K by Fulcrum (nvidia fix)
And for those who are curious how this was doen: the fully documented shader code is now available: ETS_source
May 05 2014
As promised at Revision 2014, here are my slides and some example code for my “Reversing entropy for fun and profit” 4K seminar at Revision 2014. A very heavily modified version of this technique was also used in the Regression 8K. The code is C++/OpenGL/GLSL, the project is for Visual Studio 12 express but I’ve tried to keep things as minimal as possible. The Revision 2014 4K seminars can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ8eB_FORLo (I was the first speaker)
Aug 25 2013
This is a party-coded executable gfx for the Demodays 2013 surprise compo. The topic was “This app can’t open. The screen resolution is too low for ‘Music’ to run.” Not having a Windows 8 tablet, I started wondering just how low-res your computing device had to be to justify such an error… I aimed for a 1K, but stopped 96 byte short, not wanting to cut features nor converting everything to assembler. Here’s the executable: AndTheSoundcardIsntGreatEither_by_Fulcrum
Aug 04 2013
This is our 1K entry for Assembly 2013. It placed 5th out of 13 entries. I had a lot of fun making this.
WARNING: for the party version, you need a very fast graphics card and vsync enabled to see (and hear) this intro correctly. It should run about 68 seconds.