The Solaris Helpers page
The Solaris Helper Page was announced to the
newsgroup comp.unix.solaris on
You'll also find a number of utilities for Solaris there.
Visit the page at http://home1.swipnet.se/%7Ew-10694/helpers.html
Animated Christmas Card
on public ISO/MPEG audio decoder source code. The original software is a slow but
portable MPEG to AIFF decoder, impossible to use as a real-time player. I have
optimized the player for real-time playback, and have modified it for output to the
Solaris audio device.
The mpeg3play source code can currently be compiled for Solaris/SPARC,
Solaris/SPARC and Solaris/x86 executables of mpeg3play, source code,
Virtual KistaAnd finally, my small (only about 20K) VRML model of where I live: Kista north of
Stockholm, often called the "Silicon Valley" of Sweden. The model is written by hand,
which explains its small size. VRML is still much like assembly - you have to tune
models by hand to get the smallest size and the best frame rate.
The model is provided in both VRML 1.0 and 2.0 formats:
The pre-defined viewpoints in the model are
Here are screen snapshots of viewpoints 1 and 4 if you don't have a VRML browser.
The size of the original VRML 1.0 file with comments, indentation etc.
is 38K, but a small
You can download the munge script here, but
note that it has only been tested with VRML
It's Googelon, an idealistic young monster from Osaka bay.
To meet Googelon and his fellow monsters, download the 3D game
I have been working on speed improvements and sound support for
the Solaris version
Sun binaries can be downloaded from the SGI-less battalion page.
That's all \o/ This page isn't frequently updated since I'm for now | spending most of my free time on software for / \ the Solaris Helpers page, but things may change...visitors since 22 June 1996.
This page was updated 4 October 2001|
My email address is Johan.Hagman@mailbox.swipnet.se
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