The previous edition of Demobit party took place in 2001. 16 years later, its organisers have decided to resurrect it and once again invited sceners to Bratislava. Let’s take a closer look at new demos released at this Slovakian party.
The biggest Polish multiplatform party is doing well. After few editions with a smaller number of releases, sceners delivered lots of demos and intros.
Over the years, the 4k intros territory has been explored quite well. We have seen many groundbreaking productions, but today most of them use similar rendering techniques. To make things a bit more interesting, Revision organisers introduced a new 8k intro category. In the meantime, the 64k is doing well, and we got some high-quality productions this year.
There is no Revision without Amiga demo compo. This year, 9 groups delivered their prods. That’s actually more than in the previous years (with 6 entries on average) but it’s a result of transferring OCS/ECS Amiga demos from the oldskool compo. Let’s see if the quantity makes up for the quality.
Stały rozwój oprogramowania powoduje przyrost ilości dostępnych bibliotek, frameworków i wrapperów. Kolejne warstwy przykrywają poprzednie i łatwo zapomnieć o tym, co tak naprawdę dzieje się na niższych poziomach. Na szczęście aby to zrozumieć lub przypomnieć sobie, wystarczy sięgnąć po książkę Gynvaela Coldwinda.
Wouldn’t it be nice to create a small ray tracer as a weekend project? Well, that’s exactly the idea behind this mini e-book. After implementing all the features described in it, you will be able to create the image from the cover.
The biggest demoscene party in the world is over, and we have a lot of new, high quality releases. Without all the drama of reversed lists and countdowns, let’s start from the highest ranked prods.