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Cool 3D Maze Compositor


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Just seen this video via Phoronix. Its a Qt based 3D (dungeon/room/maze) Wayland compositor. I thought it was pretty cool.

Could this be your next desktop :p

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Switching windows takes way too long.

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I got bored watching it, I'd hate it if it was my desktop !

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same got as far as typing on the terminal there and got bored

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yes because each tablet must run linux, the version which this year is the linux year

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100% unusable

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^ Oh, I thought it was cool anyway :p. I was impressed with the progress that Wayland has had with the Qt toolkit - it looked pretty stable. Not that I was serious about using it as a desktop.

Oh well, maybe not so "cool" after all :geek:

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the perspective of that maze isn't even correct, how the hell did they do that

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I was just about to say, get the jurassic park 3D directory browser on here ASAP!

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I saw this the other day on Phoronix. It looks very cool. Much better than just a rotating cube :D

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