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Eclectic   [2014]

Eclectic Released by :
Onslaught [web]

Release Date :
8 June 2014

Type :
C64 Demo

Released At :
Flashback 2014

Achievements :
Mixed Demo Competition at Flashback 2014 :  #1

User rating:********__  8.3/10 (43 votes)   See votestatistics
*********_  8.9/10 (14 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Code .... Algorithm of Algotech, Onslaught, svenonacid
  Conjuror of Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
Music .... Algorithm of Algotech, Onslaught, svenonacid
  SoNiC of Onslaught, Smash Designs, The Obsessed Maniacs
Graphics .... Algorithm of Algotech, Onslaught, svenonacid
  Almighty God of Ancients Pledge Inc., Inside, Level 64, No Name, Onslaught
  B-Wyze of Hardcore, Onslaught, Success
  Conjuror of Onslaught, Vandalism News Staff
  CONS of Onslaught, Tristar & Red Sector Incorporated
  Cupid of Extacy, Hitmen, Padua
  Shine of CODE7, Delysid, Dream, Excess, Flood, Score
Linking .... Algorithm of Algotech, Onslaught, svenonacid
Loader .... Krill of Plush
Test .... Jazzcat of First Blood Entertainment, Onslaught, RGCD, Vandalism News Staff
Sampling .... Algorithm of Algotech, Onslaught, svenonacid


SIDs used in this release :
Boing Boom Tschak(/MUSICIANS/K/Khugiani_Naveed/Boing_Boom_Tschak.sid)
Eclectic (note)(/MUSICIANS/K/Khugiani_Naveed/Eclectic_note.sid)
Eclectic (tune 1)(/MUSICIANS/K/Khugiani_Naveed/Eclectic_tune_1.sid)
Lights Over Me(/MUSICIANS/S/Sonic/Lights_Over_Me.sid)

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/130501/eclectic.zip (downloads: 2253)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by kurzon on 28 July 2014
Great stuff. I like the scroller.
User Comment
Submitted by algorithm on 11 June 2014
@oswald
Indeed i agree I need to spend more time on the parts. My main motivation in this demo was really for the compression based parts (audio) Yes i am aware of Andropolis and the 50fps screen flipping - Very nice by the way (although having a three screen high picture with flipping at any y position would be rather different) My quick and dirty approach does not use any additional gfx data for this by the way and not an animation as mentioned before.
The full realtime approach of the distorter would give nasty distortion in dither patterns, hence i used precalculated stretch strips which were dithered after. Looks better this way imo.
I dont really care how something is achieved as long as it does what it says :-) Some may frown on it, but cant please everyone.

@bitbreaker. I know, i know, bad habit. Lack of time. from the kraftwerk part onwards till the end of the demo (e.g linking etc)was done within a few days of the screening.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 11 June 2014
also similar picture flipper was done already by Jackasser, 50fps, no comperession artefacts, it did no scrolling, but I bet it could be. so why not take the real challenges ?
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 11 June 2014
btw you can horizontally strech a picture like that without any animation stored, check andropolis, picture flipper part.
User Comment
Submitted by Bitbreaker on 11 June 2014
Keep up having boobs in your prods, but please stop compressing textscreens with a lossy format :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Conjuror on 11 June 2014
And of course there were 5 other parts with real time effects in there too ;)
User Comment
Submitted by algorithm on 11 June 2014
@oswald.
There are some realtime elements even in the "animations" that run at 50fps fullscreen. however none the less the below are performed.

Circle Twist. This is indeed an animation with just changing y offsets with smooth scroll wrap

3D without glasses. Pure CSAM animation.

Y Flip. The flip can occur at any y char position and flip amount is hardcoded for reconstruction. (not an animation)

Distorter. Stretch values are calculated on the fly and the gfx is reconstructed per frame

Tunnel sequence. Future / past offsets for each char line are calculated and reconstructed per frame.

Hope that clears things up.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 11 June 2014
Like the Sandra / Kraftwerk part. Otherwise too many animations (called effects..) and too many converts.
User Comment
Submitted by STF on 11 June 2014
Very cool effects here. Took me one day to pull the Sandra's song off my brain after watching it but great anyway :D
User Comment
Submitted by Richard on 10 June 2014
Like the effects, great music and ideas implemented in this quality production
User Comment
Submitted by algorithm on 10 June 2014
For a laugh, wait until the kraftwerk part is running. then save contents $1000-$8fff and load it as unsigned 8bit raw sample at 7812hz and play :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Shine on 10 June 2014
WOW ... what a nice demo :) Enjoyed it ver much! ;) Really huge effort!!! 9/10
User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 9 June 2014
Astonishing! Must extra mention 1 of the musics which did some Galway Parallax alike things! Great!
User Comment
Submitted by CRT on 9 June 2014
Solid entertaining production! Great conversions and tech shown.
User Comment
Submitted by Ksubi on 9 June 2014
Impressive code as usual. My highlight is the "tile twister", looks fantastic! Great tune by SoNiC also :)
User Comment
Submitted by Mäestro AmN on 9 June 2014
Really nice demonstrandum with fresh and interesting effects!
User Comment
Submitted by Dr.j on 8 June 2014
Awesome!! thumbs up guyz for another enjoyable demo. Algo - you are crazy!!! so fucking great digi (vid&sound) stuff so impressibe you are a genius , Steven - so proud of you for another lovely and impressive demo.great job! David - Sorry i couldn't deliver my demo for the party thanks for the support and your time. and excuse me now off to read VN#62 !!!
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 8 June 2014
that end streaming music.... Algo you are awesome!! :)
User Comment
Submitted by Puma on 8 June 2014
Very good demo
User Comment
Submitted by Bob on 8 June 2014
Amazing stuff... Algos algos are Amazing indeed ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Sub Zero on 8 June 2014
Very impressive! My eyes are now a bit wonky though ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 8 June 2014
oo0OOps... shame on me! guess I was too distracted by stream stuttering when watching ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by TheRyk on 8 June 2014
Sandra \o/

@Spider/Madonna: Banause!
User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 8 June 2014
I no big fan of the dithered stuff. Line Shadow Circle is my favourite effect.
User Comment
Submitted by Rudi on 8 June 2014
Enjoyable demo!
User Comment
Submitted by Unkle K on 8 June 2014
Enjoyed the show, particularly the shadow circle and end part. The tunnel greets reminded me of playing Bioshock for some reason.
User Comment
Submitted by 6R6 on 8 June 2014
Eye candy. I like it.
User Comment
Submitted by algorithm on 8 June 2014
Full credits and description of each part in the note program on side 1 of the disk.
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 8 June 2014
awesome! especially the madonna part.
User Comment
Submitted by Jok on 8 June 2014
impressive indeed
User Comment
Submitted by wysiwtf on 8 June 2014
<q3voice>IMPRESSIVE!</q3voice>
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