Short: 3D-CPU Benchmark
Author: Rupert Hausberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Uploader: aminet aminet net
Requires: Pegasos II 1ghz, 16mb RAM, 2mb HD, MOS 1.4
Architecture: ppc-morphos >= 1.4.0
Monolith is a CPU-benchmark which is based on some blocks
flying around in a 3d-space. If the current FPS are higher
than 25, more blocks become visible. Soon the 25 FPS mark
is reached, bechmarking starts and counter counts how many
blocks are visible at exactly 25 FPS. After the test is done,
the result is like '85 blocks at 25 FPS'. It uses software
rendering, because there is no real 3d-driver avail atm. It
also can be controled manualy, so you can zoom and rotate
around. Its a litte nice looking toy, nothing serious...
Note: It seems that the Peagsos I is too slow to reach the
25 PFS mark, so it can only be used in manual mode
with extended paramters. See below...
- 3D Texture Mapping in 24bit (9 textures, each 256x256x24)
- 3D Shading
- 3D Rotations and Transformations
- Hidden Surface Removal
- Sutherland-Hodgman Clipping
- Polygon Filling
- MorphosOS 1.4
- Pegasos II
- 1ghz G4
- 16mb RAM
- 2mb HD
< Monolith MANUAL/S,RANGE/N,OBJECTS/N,VERSION/S >
- Switch to manual-mode. The default mode is 'benchmark'.
If you give the switch MANUAL/S you can rotate and zoom
around in the 3d-space. Use the keys UP/DOWN to zoom in
and LEFT/RIGHT to rotate...
- Set range where blocks can fly around
- Only valid with MANUAL/S
- Defaults to 500, can be from 0 - 10000
- Set the number of objects
- Only valid with MANUAL/S
- Defaults to 50, can be from 0 - 10000
- Diosplay some info about version
Rupert Hausberger <email@example.com>
Nick : naTmeg on arcnet/efnet
Channel : #amihelp, #morphos
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