OpenGL/DirectX simple network videogame, with two cars to race on a single closed circuit (not a perfect circular or oval loop, but more like an irregular shape) on a bumpy road, maybe all-terrain trucks, a bridge, a tunnel, trees and a few houses, nothing fancy. move forward, sides, backwards, with view from the driver only (no backview, no upper view, no sides view, only the driver)
The only important thing is to present the frame of the main driver scene on the primary videocard monitor and the rearview-mirrior frame has to be displayed on the second graphics adapter on a different monitor using either ATI or nVidia with dual monitor output, or any laptop with the main LCDmonitor and the external monitor as rearview mirrior. has to be 30fps average after gameloop rendering, physics (low profile) and rendering on both videocards. Use acceleration, all this development in Visual Basic and C++.
the second driver is playing on the network, same scenes, same characteristics, different car.
network enabled: yes (lan gaming)
networked racing cars: 2
racing track: irregular shape bumpy
racing vehicles: trucks or cars, any
elements: 2 cars, trees, 1 bridge, 1 tunnel, few houses
primary display: scene from drivers point of view
secondary display: scene from rear-mirrior point of view
min FPS: 30
lenguage: Visual Basic 6.0/net and C++
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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windows XP SP2, Linux