lattice - linked rings.


   lattice [--root/-r] [--maxfps/-x number] [--vsync/-y number] [--dpms/-M
   number] [--preset/-p  number]  [--longitude/-l  number]  [--latitude/-L
   number]   [--thick/-t  number]  [--density/-d  number]  [--drawdepth/-D
   number] [--fov/-o number] [--pathrand/-P  number]  [--speed/-e  number]
   [--texture/-T  number] [--smooth/-s] [--no-smooth/-S] [--fog/-f] [--no-


   From Terry Walsh  (  "Fly  through  an  endless
   world  of  linked rings. You can choose from several different textures
   for the rings and alter the comlexity of the lattice structure."

   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

   --preset number
           1 - Regular (--regular)
           2 - Chainmail (--chainmail)
           3 - Brass Mesh (--brassmesh)
           4 - Computer (--computer)
           5 - Slick (--slick)
           6 - Tasty (--tasty)

           Presets that override all options that come before  it  on  the
           command line.  1 - 6.  Default: 1

   --longitude number
           Longitudinal divisions of tori.  4 - 100.  Default: 16

   --latitude number
           Latitudinal divisions of tori.  2 - 100.  Default: 8

   --thick number
           Thickness of tori.  1 - 100.  Default: 50

   --density number
           Density.  1 - 100.  Default: 50

   --drawdepth number
           Depth.  1 - 8.   Default: 4

   --fov number
           Field of view.  10 - 150.   Default: 90

   --pathrand number
           Randomness of camera path.  1 - 10.   Default: 7

   --speed number
           Speed.  1 - 100.   Default: 10

   --texture number
           0 - None
           1 - Industrial (--industrial)
           2 - Crystal (--crystal)
           3 - Chrome (--chrome)
           4 - Brass (--brass)
           5 - Shiny (--shiny)
           6 - Ghostly (--ghostly)
           7 - Circuits (--circuits)
           8 - Doughnuts (--doughnuts)
           9 - random

           Default: 0

           Smooth surfaces.

   --fog   Enable fog.


   DISPLAY to get the default host and display number.




   Copyright  2002 by Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali.

   Lattice  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.

   Lattice  is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
   ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of  MERCHANTABILITY  or
   FITNESS  FOR  A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
   for more details.


   Terry Walsh and Tugrul Galatali <>


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