FLatware OBject EDitor
AmiaDOS 2.0 3D editor
Here's the project what I was working on 10 years ago. "Flobed",
the FLatware OBject EDitor. This was my project for a Graphics
Independant Study. It was a 3-d editor that ran on AmigaDOS 2.0.
It was around 50kb. It loaded and saved out Flatware 3d objects,
and let you move, add, and manage vertices and surfaces. It was
never really finished, and it crashed. A lot. But it did get me
an A for the class, and it's pretty neat to look back on...
The version used for the screenshots is "1.01-022095-1645", which
decodes to release 1.01, February 20, 1995, 4:45pm. :) I have the
source (SAS-C) somewhere, I'm sure. heh.
The app's icon, unselected/selected
The application screen. The 126, 0, 79 shows the position
in 3-space that the cursor is hovering over. The layout was roughly copied
from screenshots of "Lightwave" that I had seen.
"Eeglo" object loaded in. Notice the bottom right shows a
perspective view. Above that are tools: Help, Undo (grayed), Create, Select,
Move, Nuke (delete), Surface parameters, 3D render, Disk operations, Visual
settings( hide/show points, vertices, etc), User input settings. Most of
those will open a window that covers that entire bottom right corner.
And here's the "Waffle" object loaded in.
It should be noted that those space ships/objects were not created in Flobed.
They were created by hand, using graph paper and a text editor.