is a group of French
computer coders and artists who created PC demos
, mostly between 1994 and 1996. They are still active today, though they have stopped creating demos.
The group was founded in 1993, with Guen and Execom, a graphist and a PC coder, and released a first demo for the Assembly
1994 called Megamix
Although their first demo was a mix of bitmap
realtime, the next demo, more successful, was entirely in 3D :On 28 December 1994, they came 5th at the PC demo compo at The Party
4 with the demo Dimension
Introducing fast 3D texture mapping and antialiasing. The version presented at the Party was 16-bit. Later a 32-bit version was released.
They continued the 3D demo, with the attempt to release a true 3D realtime demo, capable of running on a 386 DX40 in 640x480 resolution :On 14 August 1995, they came 3rd at the PC demo compo at the Assembly
95 with the demo DX Project, debuting the first high resolution SVGA
3D demo ever presented at a demoparty.
In the next demo, they try to push the limit higher, with a resolution independent 3D demo:On 4 November 1995, they came 4th at the PC demo compo with the demo Countdown, at the Wired
95 demoparty, features higher resolution up to 1600x1200, with hardware acceleration support (for S3
Finally, they released two last demos, always running in high resolution:On 28 December 1995, they released two last demos at The Party
5, with one SVGA
demo and one 65536 color demo.
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