MacScene is organizing a Demo competition: Demo programmers seek to achieve seemingly impossible programming feats such as real-time ray-tracing, fractal zooms, volumetric lighting, turbulent flow and other real-time visual effects. Demos are also an art form with artists and musicians working with the programmers to produce a powerful composition, awesome 3D models and a stunning light show, set to great music. MacScene.org is dedicated to demos on the macintosh and we hold an annual demo contest, iQuest. The deadline for entries is 23:59:59 GMT Saturday 31st August 2002 after which a public vote will decide the winner. This is not a commercial site so there are no prizes - just fame and glory! For rules and more details please visit the iQuest page. Also be sure to check out the rest of macscene.org where you can download demos, find tutorials on mac graphics programming, a great community forum and lots more! I've got a soft spot for demos... and was working to create some early ones on the Mac on my Mac IIsi. Be sure to check out Chrystar (1994), Flag Day (1996), and Chaosmint (1996) demos/intros... written by me (arn). Note: you will likely have to boot into OS 9.