Animations & Graphic Displays These animations are fun to look at, or when you are away from your computer, you may want to leave one of these displays running to prevent screen burn-in. [3DANIMA] 3Danimat (Loomis, Jack M. and Eby, David W.; $6) is a high-speed 3-D animated display. [3D_MAZE] 3D_Maze (Dean, James L.; $0) will create and display a 3D maze on the screen. The maze could be printed with a graphics screen dump and solved, but it seems to be intended more as an interesting graphics display. Pascal source code is included. [3DEMO] 3DEMO 1.0 (B.C. Ives; $0) displays 3-D, rotating objects. Pascal source code is included. [3DHOUSE] 3DHouse (Carr, Charles; $0) is a 3D model of the inside and outside of a house which you can move around and through as if actually there. Smoothly scrolling graphics with create a virtual reality that is fun to play with. [3DIMROT] 3DimRot allows you to rotate three dimensional figures on X,Y or Z axes. Call or edit figures from disk or create new figures by entering point coordinates and connections. Save figure data or screen on disk. [3DWAVE] 3DWave 1.1 (Contorer, Aaron; $0) displays a moving 3D waveform. An interesting effect. [3DWORLD] 3DWorld 1.0 (Charles Carr, reg. fee: $12) is a virtual reality demonstration that allows you to move around through objects such as trains, buildings, planes, animals, toy boxes and more. Requires a hard drive and 256 color VGA. [AFLIX] Aflix (Autodesk, Inc.; $0) is a collection of 2D and solid 3D AutoCAD images with motion that are fun to watch. Among the movies are two jets doing loops, a house being built and furnished, Star Trek's Enterprise zipping up to you and then off into the unknown. Other displays include a full-screen kiss from Marilyn Monroe, a bouncing ball, a bowling pin production line and more. [ACTION] Action Graphics (Clark, Stephen P.; $0) displays an animated waterfall or two spinning balls. `C' source code is included. EGA/VGA required. [AMERICA] America (Wilson, Thomas R.; $0) is a fireworks display. [AMNESIA] Amnesia MegaDemo 1.0 (Renaissance, reg. fee: $0) is an impressive demonstration of multi-media routines which includes a variety of graphics and relaxing electronic music. Graphics include a virtual reality simulation, vector demonstrations, shading, entropy, and more. Requires VGA Graphics. SoundBlaster compatible sound card needed for music. [ANAGLY] Anagly (Schreiber Instruments; $0) is a 3D graphics display program. It common 3D viewing glasses (left eye red, right eye blue. Glasses are available from Schreiber for a low cost.) The 3D image files are simple text files containing x-y-z triplets which you can generate in addition to the demo files. [ANIMATE] Animation For Everyone is a demonstration of Animation Machine. This demo uses animation to show creatures in motion, how a piston engine works, how your heart beats, how an airplane wing provides lift and more. These are interesting demos even if you are not interested in the program. [ANIMO3D1, ANIMO3D2, ANIMO3D3] Animotion Graphics 3-D Sampler ($0) is a fantastic VGA graphics demonstration. The dazzling 3-D displays include dancing musical notes, spinning diamonds, a mechanical hand flipping a coin, and more. This is a very impressive package which requires over 1.5 meg of hard disk space. [ANSISHP] Ansi Shoppe (Third Stage Software Development Corp.; $3-$8) is a set of 24 colorful "graphics" screens done with ASCII characters. Requires ANSI.SYS in your CONFIG.SYS file (see your DOS manual). [AQUARIM] Aquarium (Salgado, J. Raphael B.; $5) turns your color monitor into a fish bowl. For CGA. [AQUAEGA] AquaEGA (Salgado, Ralphael & Kahill; $10) is an aquarium simulation in beautiful colors for EGA\VGA. [ART] Art ($0) is an animated graphics display. [AADEMO] Autodesk Animator Graphics ($0) is a set of seven different graphical movies created with Autodesk Animator: Boss, Jabber, Bball, Glass, MRNUMO, Hands, and TigerCat. The latter two are particularly impressive, although we wish all of them could be longer. VGA is required. [AM2020] AutoMessage 20 Column 2.0 (HollowSoft Consulting; $35) displays graphical scrolling messages with your choice font types, font sizes, justification, display speeds, and more. Up to 300 different messages can be shown per session, making this ideal for trade shows, store displays, etc. Requires VGA. [AM2032] AutoMessage 32-Column 2.0 (HollowSoft Consulting, reg. fee: $35) displays graphical scrolling messages with your choice font types, font sizes, justification, display speeds, and more. The display dimensions are 10 rows of text with 32 characters per row. Up to 300 different messages can be shown per session, making this ideal for trade shows, store displays, etc. Requires VGA, 420K memory, and a hard disk or HD floppy. [BFLY] BFly (Rush, William A.; $5) draws a full-screen, multi-color butterfly. No two are ever the same. [BOXES] Boxes ($0) keeps drawing boxes of different sizes and colors. [BUGFRY] BugFry (G. McPhail; $0) is a computer simulation of an electronic bug zapper. [C] C ($0) is an animated graphics display. [CAP] CAP (Green, David R.; $40 Canadian) displays scrolling, multicolor text- based ads along with a fixed graphics image. It was designed primarily for cable TV companies, but is suitable for anyone who needs to provide information to the public, either over the air or at a fixed location. CAP supports 36 Ad files of 128 Blocks and PCX graphics file format for all banners. [CASIOZ] CasIoz (Noeldner, Paul; $?) turns your computer into an oversized wristwatch. [CATFISH] Computer Aided Tropical Fish (Adyu Software; $5) turns your monitor into an aquarium. Very clever use of ASCII characters. [CHAOS] Chaos (McCranie, Judson ASP; $10) is a set of several programs to graph "chaos" demonstrations. Included are Butterfly, Triangle, Logistic, 3- Body (a simplified orbit of a planet around two stars, and A Henon diagram drawing program. [CHAOS3] Chaos3 (Grandine, Joseph D.; $0) will create a pattern from a series of randomly selected points. Requires VGA, but the QB source code is included and can be modified for other video types. [CINEMA] Cinemation 1.0 (Juan Fernando Michelena; $20) allows you to design and animate graphical images. Features include a graphical user interface, powerful drawing editor and designer, sample graphic and animation files, and mouse support. [CLOCKWW] Clock (Wild West Software; $0) displays a large clock on the screen (complete with second hand) and the times for Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo and London. [COFFEE] Coffee gives your computer a coffee break when you take one. A smiling pot of coffee and two smiling cups give off steam and change expressions while the "percolator" tune plays. Then with your bloodstream revitalized, the program gets you charging with a rousing rendition of the William Tell Overture. BASIC required. [COS_EYE] Cos_Eye ($0) is an animated graphics display. BASIC required. [CYBART] Cybart: The Cybernated Artist (Flying Turtle Software; $15) creates unique abstractions. They are presented on screen as framed works of art. [CYCLE] Cycle (Balash, Marty; $0) is an unusual, very interesting graphics display. Here's an oddity: the program runs much faster on a 286 than it does on a 386. Requires EGA/VGA. [DALI] Dali (DGT Consulting, Inc.; $0) is a computerized version of Salvador Dali's Persistence of Memory, but with clocks that actually work. Nice concept - but you have to sit through an annoying start-up screen. Requires EGA/VGA. [DAZZLE] Dazzle 5.0j (MicroTronics ASP; $15) is an incredible screen blanking/kaleidoscope program. The beautiful use of colors is enhanced even further by the use of fading in and out. It uses split-screen and panning as part of the fade process. Screens can be frozen for shooting photographs or image capturing. EGA/VGA required. [DEMON] Demon 2.0 (Katzung, Bert; $0) is a cellular automaton, similar to Life. It displays a graphic grid of cells that change state with each "life cycle". As described in the August issue of Scientific American, the automaton starts out in a completely random state and gradually takes on a greater and greater degree of organization. Requires EGA or VGA. C source code is included. [DEMONJM] Demon 1.1A (McCranie, Judson ASP; $5) is a graphics display that simulates a cellular, crystal-like growth. [DGPAD] Digipad 3.5 (Rexxcom Systems; $24) is a colorful scrolling display. Text scrolls continuously up a graphical notepad. It was designed to be used for information displays in schools, stores, galleries, trade shows, etc. Requires EGA/VGA. [DUST_PRE] Dust 1.0 ($0) is an impressive VGA graphics demo. Music can be played through a sound card or pc speaker. [EARTH] Earth (Sokol, John L.; $0) displays a globe spinning and moving around the screen. Because the image keeps moving, you could leave this running on a computer when you are gone to prevent burn-in. [EGADEMO] EGADemo ($0) works with EGA or VGA. [EGAKAL] EGAKal (McClendon, Judson D.; $0) is a kalediscope display for EGA\VGA. [EGAMAGIC] EGAMagic (Raxsoft Development; $0) is a display which uses dithering to get even more colors and interesting patterns. [EINSTIME] EinsTime draws a picture of Einstein, adds a clever saying, and displays the time of day. [EYE] Eye (Siegel, Bob; $?) puts a big eye on the screen. The eye moves slowly back and forth. [EYE_GARD] Eye-Gard (Focus Research; $22) is for leaving messages on and securing your computer while you are away. It will display a selected PCX file. If someone presses a key, the picture and message change and an alarm is sounded. Different pictures, messages, and alarms can be pre-set for different times of the day. Instead of alarms, other programs or batch files can be set to run when a key is pressed. [F16DEM] F16 Animation Player Demo (Rainbow Technology Group of America; $?) plays 32k/64k-color animations. Requires a video card with a VESA driver, and a minimum 16 MB RAM. [FANT_NS] Fantasy 2.0 (Natural Software ASP; $20) creates flowing graphic images on your display as you move your mouse. You can record the patterns you generate and store them in a disk file for later playback. [FAR30] FarOut 3.0 (Mike Chaney, reg. fee: $10) is a graphical display or screen saver (non-TSR). Has password protection, increased graphics resolution using 360x480x256 mode. [FIRWRKS] Firework 2.0 will display a realistic looking fireworks show. [FISHBEE] FishBee (VGA Graphics; $0) is a great animated graphics display. We don't want to say too much that would spoil the suprises, but the main characters are a goldfish and a bee and anyone with a color VGA monitor is going to love this. Incidentally, the little music file that comes with it has the best music sounds we have ever heard on a PC's speaker. [GODSEYE] GodsEye (Campbell, George; $0) draws a colorful pattern similar to the "god's eye" fabric weaving pattern popular with the 60's hippies as well as with old Latin America. [GR3] GR3 ($0) displays a colorful, animated 3-D object (electric fan, egg beaters, clocks) and rotates it at random angles and speeds. [GRAFIX] Grafix (Bill Voss; $0) has many different types of animated displays. [GRNDTOUR] GrandTour (Callahan, John D.; $12) simulates space as seen from the Voyager and Giotto spacecraft. It also generates scenes from arbitrary points in space or the Earth, with the spacecraft visible to the observer. The planet, moons, and rings of interest (or comet, nucleus, and tail), stars, the sun, and the spacecraft are all accurately drawn with wireframe representations. Hidden line removal is done for the body surfaces. For color EGA/VGA devices, stars are color coded according to spectral type. [GULF] Gulf (Data Assist, Inc.; $0) is a tribute to our troops who fought in the Persian Gulf. It supports Ad Lib and Sound Blaster, if present, and requires VGA or MCGA for the full-color photos that are displayed. [HALOWEEN] Happy Halloween (Erik Sahl, reg. fee: $0) is an animated graphic display for Halloween. Requires VGA. [HALLUCIN] Hallucinations (Polymath Systems; $10) is a graphics display that allows you to choose nine speed settings, palette or foreground color, and background color. [HALSKUL] Halloween Skull ($0) is an animated Halloween skull with scary music. VGA required. [HOLIDAY] Holiday Screen Saver 1.0 (John T. Pape, reg. fee: $0) displays a snowy night at a country cottage, with blinking Christmas lights on the tree in the window. Every few minutes, it plays a Christmas tune. DOS's QBasic required. [INKBLOT] Inkblot (Johnson, Mark S.; $5) is an unusual VGA graphics display. It mirrors random lines in four sectors, creating a colorful and almost fractal-like inkblot display. [INSTPAR] Instant Paradise (Salgado, J. Raphael B.; $10) puts you on the beach of a beautiful tropical island. As you sit at your desk, staring at the computer screen, do you ever daydream about being in a remote tropical paradise? Fire up Instant Paradise and watch the waves come in, the fish jump out of the water, a sailboat maneuvering with a seagull overhead while clouds drift lazily by. As the sun sets and the moon comes out colors change to twilight, nighttime, dawn, and back to daylight. [JKFACES] JKFaces 1.5 (King, Jerry; $0) is a non-TSR screen saver. It displays 256-color, photo-quality pictures of pretty faces with various special effects. A 16-color EGA version is included. [JULY4] July4 is a clever display done completely with ASCII characters. (You must have ANSI.SYS in your CONFIG.SYS file.) At the DOS prompt, enter TYPE JULY4.ANS and press Enter and watch the show. [JUNGLY] The Jungly Kitchen 1.0 (Twilight Zone, reg. fee: $0) is a demonstration for VGA graphics. A jungle tribesman plays a tune on the drums, but is frequently interrupted by a crazy bird who has ideas of his own. This is a cute presentation with sound that can be played with a sound card or through the pc speaker. Requires VGA and 560k of memory. [KALED] Kaled (Lively, Lynn; $?) is one of the most interesting pattern-drawing, kaleidoscope programs we've seen. The program will allow you to create, edit, run and save images. [KALEDIS] Kaledis 3.1 (McClendon, Judson D.; $0) is an EGA/VGA Kaleidoscope program. `C' source included. [KAMSAVE] KAMSave 1.0 (Marshall, Keith A.; $10) is a a colorful screen display for VGA. [KGP] Karl's Graphic Portfolio (Karl Weller; $0) contains VGA animations and stills. These graphics were created by raytracing, scanning, and video capture. [LCDCLOK] LCDclock 1.1 (Hartz, George; $5) is a digital alarm clock which looks just like the one sitting on your night stand. [MONA] Mona ($0) is the Mona Lisa in full color. [MOVIES1, MOVIES2, MOVIES3, MOVIES4] Saturday Matinee (Val; $0) provides a realistic animation of a crowded movie house. Your view is from the balcony, and the curtains open, the lights dim, and the show begins. The animated VGA graphics are very impressive. Takes 2MB of disk space. [SCRSVR] My ScreenSaver 3.2s (Andrew Cramer, reg. fee: $23) converts any DOS graphics display program into a pop-up screen saver which can operate in DOS, Windows 3.1, or OS/2. It also includes four sample ScreenSavers, and run-time versions of Grasp and Autodesk Animator. [O_MY_GOD] O-My-God! is one of the best kaleidoscope programs available for VGA. [PANIC] Panic 1.0 (Future Crew, reg. fee: $0) is a VGA and Soundblaster demonstration with fractal images, entropic displays, and an upbeat music score. Requires VGA graphics. Music requires a Soundblaster compatible sound card and 1 MB of EMS memory. [PCGREET] PC Greetings 2.0 (Micro Madness Software; $20) is a 3D animated Birthday card. It opens up and displays a personal message. When the card closes, the scene on the card expands to full screen and becomes a colorful birthday display with marquee-effect Happy Birthday logo, 14 different colored floating balloons, a personal slice of cake with flaming candle, and PC speaker sound. [PISTON] Piston is a graphic display of how a piston engine works. [PIXART1, PIXART2, PIXART3] PixArt Animated Greetings (Woodruff, David; $5 each) is a set of three animated Birthday messages. It includes dancing girls, special delivery of a gift-wrapped message, and a marble maze with greetings at the end. The files use full-color, hi-res animation. [PLASMA] Plasma (Mulvey, Bret; $0) is a VGA graphics displays of a pulsing plasma field. Pascal source code included. [PLASMA3] Plasma (JM) 3.0 (Jan Muller, reg. fee: $0) is a VGA graphics display. C Source code included. [POLYGON] Polygon 1.0 (Dukarich, Gary; $0) will display a triangle, quadrangle, pentagon, and hexagon in 3-D motion. [POWER] Victor V286 Power Demo (Knee Toe Productions; $0) is a graphics display with motion, color and sound. [PYRO] Pyro 2.03 (Shields, K. G; $0) produces a wide variety of impressive fireworks displays. The program also has sound effects. CGA, mono-graphics and even text-only displays are supported, in addition to EGA/VGA. C source code is included. [RAX] Rax (Raxsoft Development; $0) is a demo of dithering and 3-D rotation. It is most impressive on a very fast CPU machine. [ROLEX] Rolex ($0) displays a full-screen, color picture of a working watch which shows the current time. A second hand sweeps across the face of the watch and the watch's date display tells you the date. [ROSES] Roses ($0) is an animated graphics display. [ROTOR20] Rotor 2.0s (Michel Robert, reg. fee: $60) is an interactive animation engine. It creates graphic designs, images, and animations. The program incorporates a wide variety of built-in shapes, and it supports user-defined forms. These can be animated in a multitude of ways: sequences, rotations, expansions, contractions, deformations, linear and non-linear travels, color and texture variations, etc. [RUSSELL] Russell's Animation Machine 8.32 (The Animated Software Company; $27) lets you create and display graphic applications. You can design interactive, animated tutorials, demos, and more. Utilities are included for adding animation to other software, HP Laser printing, and there is a TSR for screen capturing. Over 85 commands are provided for program control, placing text on screen, file handling, drawing and displaying graphics. Several examples are included. [SCREEN] Designer Screens 1.0 (Jack Cauldwell, reg. fee: $17-20) creates colorful line images on your VGA screen. [SGLASS] SGlass ($0) (Schafts, Debbie and Schafts, George; $0) produces a stained glass-like effect on the screen. MS QuickC source is included. [SHOWTALK] Show-Talk (Creative Software Sounds Inc.; $15) is intended to attract people to the computer. It draws fancy collages and about every 30 seconds it says a catch phrase in human speech. It can be used at your show booth, retail store or to play jokes on friends. When the person presses a key, it will say a joke, sing a song or play name that tune. Requires 512K. [SHUTTLE] Shuttle is a 3-D image of the space shuttle rotating in space. [SIER] Sierpinsky Gasket 1.0 (Mendel Cooper, reg. fee: $0) is a graphic example of a Sierpinsky Gasket. Watch as a triangle pattern emerges and is filled in by various colors. C source code is included. [SIERP] Sierp ($0) is a graphics demo. [SINE] Sine 2.0 (Synergy Development and Stewart, David Thomas; $10-$15) is an excellent graphics pattern demo program. A whirling, puslating, quickly changing pattern of dots. Just the thing for insomniacs. [SLINKY] Slinky (Jarvis, John; $?) creates a graphics show by drawing closed Bezier curves in sequence. The controlling hull points are moved around using various randomizing strategies. [SNAPPY] SnappyScreen (Limbo Graphics; $11-26) is a series of VGA graphics displays that can be used as a screen blanker while you are away from your machine. You can select specific graphics such as "Out To Lunch" or "In a Meeting" or allow the program to randomly change the display. VGA required. [SPIRALS] Spirals displays a colorful variety of spirals and shapes. [SPLAT] Splat ($0) is a cute little animation that gives the appearance of different color paint drops falling onto and running down the monitor. Clever and colorful. [STARS_DB] Stars (David Bollinger, reg. fee: $0) is a starfield simulation that randomly rotates. C source code is included. Requires VGA and a 386sx or better. [STARS_DM] Star Program (Data Management; $10) is a graphic display program similar to Windows' star field screen saver. [STARFLG] StarFlag (De Palma, John Richard; $0) displays the American flag and plays the Star Spangled Banner. QB source code is included. [STARZ] Starz 1.0 (Dolan, Bob; $0) displays a head-on view of oncoming stars in the classic Star Trek tradition. Sometimes the spacecraft will go into a spin or dart from one side to the other. Sometimes the speed will change, and other times colorful stars will appear. Nice for use as a screen blanker while away from your desk. [SWEETDOS] SweetDos (LeVitt, Dick; $0) displays an old-fashioned wall clock with swinging pendulum. Framed needlepoint next to the clock proclaims "DOS sweet DOS". The system time is displayed on the clock. VGA and 286/386 required. [TAKE5] Take Five (Gross, David ASP; $20) displays selected PCX graphics (three are included) while you are away from your desk. Text can be added to the screen, and others may leave messages. Messages can be displayed, printed or filed. Password protection is optional. The position of the display, delay facture, and type of fade can be changed. Requires EGA or VGA. [TEA22] TeaLeafs 2.2 (Eugene L. Woods, reg. fee: $27) is a TSR screen saver for DOS that displays random color boxes across the screen. [TEAPOT] TeaPot (Berkes, Otto; $0) is a 3-D image rotation display of a teapot. [TIGRESS] Tigress (reg. fee: $0) is a "morph" of a woman changing into a tiger. Morphing is a graphic technique seen in movies like Terminator 2. This is actually an improvement of a morph that PsL once did for a cover story on morphing. [TRIPLED] Tripled (Smedstad, Gus; $?) is a graphics demo program which displays five objects: a cylinder, a hemisphere, a pyramid, a house, and a plane. You can move and rotate any of them, or the viewpoint, and remove the hidden edges at any time or move them closer or farther away. [TRANS4] TRANS4 1.1 (Ratcliff, Lyn; $0) is an interactive graphics demonstration program which displays a number of different colorful, animated 4- dimensional wireframe objects. It can be used as a screen blanker or as a graphics show. You can modify existing figures or create your own. [VALENTIN] Valentine Card (Kopchak, Randall; $0) is an electronic Valentine card that you can customize. If you have a CD-ROM drive connected to your PC, it will play a specified track of a music CD (of your choice) while it displays the graphics show. [VBEFLI] VBEFLI .4 (Trilobyte; $20) is a superVGA FLI file player. It will play animation in up to 640x480x256 mode. [VGA_ART] VGAart (Saucier, Matt; $0) is a VGA graphics display. [VGAART] VGAart Moraffware; $0 is a VGA graphics display. [VGACAL] VGA Calendar (Magic Software +; $0) toggles between a full-color VGA picture and a time-calendar display. You can get it to redisplay the same picture each time, or to randomly select one of the six pictures of cars, girls, and scenery that are included. The graphics are almost interesting enough to make you forget that June doesn't really have 31 days, as shown. Requires hard drive & VGA. [VGAI] VGA Interludes (Pop Software; $12) is an interesting graphic display for VGA monitors unlike the usual kaleidoscope type displays. There are four different patterns to choose from. [VLINES] VGA Lines (Dolan, Bob; $0) is an interesting VGA demo. Instead of just a single line bouncing around the screen, you can set up to 10 different lines in motion. [VGAWORM] VGA Worms (David Bollinger, reg. fee: $0) is a graphics display in 320x200 256 color mode. A number of colorful trails curve and loop their way across the screen. C source code is included. Requires a 286 or better and VGA. [WINT11] Virtual Winter 1.1 (Nicholas Centanni, reg. fee: $12) is a is a 3D- interactive animation of a decorated evergreen tree in a gentle snowstorm. You can change the lights, alter the tree, or move around in the scene. Requires VGA. [VIS_NOTE] Visual Note (Magic Software +; $20-$29) displays VGA pictures with a note while you are away and lets people enter messages. Several pictures are included. You can leave a picture of Arnold if you'll "be back" or an extreme close-up of a burger if you're "Out to Lunch" caption. There is also a calendar up to year 9999, clock blanker mode with slide shows of VGA pictures, a phone number list, and an appointment reminder. [WATOR] Wator is a sort of like the "Game of Life" taken to the ocean. Fish (the prey) and sharks (the predators) swim, hunt for food, and breed. [WELCMAT] Welcome Mat Demo (Street Smart Software; $?) is a stunning 3-D animated Christmas scene. It displays a snowman in a snow storm. You can add a personalized message to the scene. Twenty minutes of holiday music is included. Requires Super VGA and sound card. [WONDER] Wonder 5.0 (Avery Regier; $0) is a kaleidoscop graphics display program. [XLSHOW] XL-Show (REXXCOM Systems, reg. fee: $24) allows you to display auto- scrolling text screens which change automatically in style and color with each new topic. Requires EGA/VGA. [XMAS] XMas 1.0 (reg. fee: $0) plays two familiar Christmas songs while Santa and his reindeer land on the roof. [XMASCARD] Sierra On-Line Xmas Card (Sierra; $0) is an animated Christmas card with music. -----Multimedia Displays [BATTLEP] Battle-Pieces (Wilton T. Thornburg II; $25) presents the poetry of Herman Melville with animated graphics using images by Leonardo Da Vinci. Requires VGA, 640K, and one meg of disk space. [CHAPLIN] Chaplinesque (Thornburg, Wilton T. II; $25) contains a multimedia animation of Hart Crane's poem "Chaplinesque". Requires a hard disk, VGA, and 640K. [PLAYER] (Jean-Denis Munos; $0) plays sound files while displaying graphic files. It supports most music and graphic extensions. -----Morphing Morphing is a hot graphics technique in movies, commercials, and music videos in which one entity appears to physically transform into another. Now you can try it on your computer. [CMORPH20] Complete Morph 2.00 (Paul D. Nettle, reg. fee: $35) is a complete morphing facility. Features include advanced mesh editing, live zoom-window for pixel-perfect mesh point locations, three different spline types for various morphing effects, virtual memory manager, and the ability to read and write TGA/IMG/BMP/GIF/IP. Requires a 386DX+ and 4MB. [RMORF] RMORF (Richard Goedeken, $25) See DMORF. [DMORF] DMORF (David K. Mason, $35) DMORF and RMORF are two morphing programs that support different graphics formats, but which work about the same. You can specify the number of intermediate files to be created. The higher the number, the smoother and more gradual is the resulting morph. DMORF and RMORF do not display the resulting graphics files, which both programs save in TGA format. The only way we found to view them was to use a program by the name of DTA to convert them to an Autodesk Animator FLI format and use an FLI viewing utility. (Both DTA and SHOWFLI are in this same directory.) DMORF requires a math chip and a fast CPU. If you have a 486, both requirements are automatically met. You also need VGA and several megs of hard disk space for the resulting files. [DTA] Dave's TGA Animation Program 1.8g David K. Mason $35 creates FLI animation files from graphics files. Many graphics formats are supported. [FLIXFLI] FlixFli are a couple of morph animations in FLI format. Use SHOWFLI to view them. [SHOWFLI] ShowFli is a utility for viewing FLI files.
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