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helios — attraction/repulsion particle effects and some smooth surfaces.

Synopsis

helios [--root/-r] [--maxfps/-x number] [--vsync/-y number] [--dpms/-M number] [--ions/-i number] [--size/-s number] [--emitters/-e number] [--attracters/-a number] [--speed/-S number] [--cameraspeed/-c number] [--surface/-u] [--no-surface/-U] [--blur/-b number] [--wireframe/-w] [--no-wireframe/-W]

Description

From Terry Walsh (http://reallyslick.com): "Throw together some attraction/repulsion particle effects and some smooth surfaces and this is what you get. It's pretty insane >=)"

Ported to Linux by Tugrul Galatali.

Options

--root

Draw on the root window.

--maxfps number

Set maximum frame rate.

--vsync number

Limit redraws to specified number of vertical refreshes.  0 - 100.  Default: 1

--dpms number

Stop rendering new frames if the display is not on.  0 - 1.  Default: 1

--ions number

Number of ions.  0 - 30000.  Default: 1500

--size number

Ion size.  1 - 100.  Default: 10

--emitters number

Number of emitters.  1 - 10.  Default: 3

--attracters number

Number of attracters.  1 - 10.  Default: 3

--speed number

Animation speed.  1 - 100.  Default: 10

--cameraspeed number

Camera speed.  0 - 100.  Default: 10

--surface

Helios Surfaces.  Default: True

--blur

Motion Blur.  0 - 100.  Default: 10

--wireframe

Wireframe surfaces.  Default: False

Environment

DISPLAY

to get the default host and display number.

See Also

X(1),

Author

Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali <tugrul@galatali.com>

Info

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