hyperspace - Flying through hyper space.


   hyperspace   [--root/-r]   [--maxfps/-x   number]  [--vsync/-y  number]
   [--dpms/-M   number]   [--speed/-s    number]    [--stars/-S    number]
   [--starsize/-t  number]  [--resolution/-R  number]  [--depth/-d number]
   [--fov/-f number] [--no-shader/-H]


   From Terry Walsh  (http://reallyslick.com):  "This  is  a  real  number
   cruncher  of  a  screensaver.  Computers are getting much more powerful
   these days, and my old savers don't bring them to their knees like they
   used  to. This one does. Of course, you can still turn the settings way
   down if you have a pathetic, old computer."

   Ported to Linux by Tugrul Galatali.


   --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

   --speed number
           Speed of fly through.  1 - 100.  Default: 10

   --stars number
           Number of stars.  0 - 10000.  Default: 1000

   --starsize number
           Size of stars.  1 - 100.  Default: 10

   --resolution number
           Resolution of the goo.  4 - 20.  Default: 10

   --depth number
           Depth of the scene.  1 - 10.  Default: 5

   --fov number
           Field of view.  10 - 150.  Default: 10

           Disables use of vertex/fragment shaders, in case  they  do  not
           work as expected.


   DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.




   Copyright  2005 by Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali.

   Hyperspace  is  free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
   under the terms  of  the  GNU  General  Public  License  version  2  as
   published by the Free Software Foundation.

   Hyperspace  is  distributed  in  the  hope  that it will be useful, but
   WITHOUT  ANY  WARRANTY;  without   even   the   implied   warranty   of
   General Public License for more details.


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


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