Simulation of the OLPC XO's display
Great simulation. Shows off Etoys well.
But it wasn't immediately obvious to me that you needed to click on the "Anti-Aliasing is Enabled" text to toggle the setting of anti-aliasing, nor that the comparison between the two states was the point of the project. (It's good that the balloon-help for that text field does tell you that, if you're lucky enough to have moused over it.)
Interesting project in that it dynamically captures an area under the cursor and redisplays it... and that you can toggle anti-aliasing.I see you have the sound tag, why?
I did not add the sound tag, the server is mixing up tags from different projects. See
An eye opener elegant informative project.
I believe that more people will enjoy it if the text will be simple, or if you will add a flap with more detailed explanation.
I work for the OLPC project in Alice Springs, Australia. How can I view and download your project?
olpcalicesprings: it should work fine on the XO and normal machines too. On the XO I'd delete the "small" display for performance reasons.
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