This is a work-in-progress movie captured in December 2006. The player dives into the middle of an ongoing battle and tips the balance a little. The movie then switches to the fish-eye scanner for some of the roll rotations available in 4D. When a 3D craft rolls the view appears to rotate around the centre of the screen. In 4D there are three rotations like that - the other two look like the entire world is rotating about some point in the distance. After finding something else to shoot, the player uses a few more weapon types to get the job done. The explosion graphics and audio are also new in this movie, sourced from Artbeats and Sounddogs, and space imagery from NASA/STScI.
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Adanaxis (Unknown OS)
Adanaxis is a space shooter like no
other. It takes place in a world entirely different to everyday
experience. As well as left/right, up/down and forward/back, there's
another direction in space - the fourth dimension. Objects phase in and
out as your craft rotates into this hidden dimension. The game uses an
all-new 4D texturing method to display the fluid rotations and motion that are
possible in four dimensions. All ten degrees of freedom are available for mouse and joystick
control, to create an environment different to any other game. A simple scanner system and
tutorial make the game easy to pick up. The commercial version of Adanaxis became free in September 2011.
You can move using the W, A, S and D keys. The game intro forgets to mention it.
Tesseract Trainer (Unknown OS)
A tool for visualising a tesseract, or 4 dimensional hypercube. It displays the rotating tesseract with various combinations of facets, point-textured faces and rotation planes. There's also a stereoscopic view for 3D effect. Please ignore the shareware messages in this software.
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