Color Pictures on a Color Monitor
Here are some screen
shots of VectorMAME running in a converted
Space Duel cabinet.
These pictures were taken with a tripod
and a Nikon 995 digital camera. I've zoomed in until
the full image fills the picture, and have dimmed the
lights to cut down on reflections. I played with the
color balance to get it the best I can, but the yellows
still look dim, and the blues sometimes a bit purple,
they look fine on the real monitor.
Also take note that the upper part
of the monitor has some convergence problems, especially
the upper right. These are most noticeable on the B&W
images on the next page, and is why the "INSERT
COIN" in the upper right corner of the Aztarac
image looks a little blurry.
Tempest is being shown as it appears
on a horizontal monitor, so it's resolution is smaller
than it would be on a vertical monitor. VectorMAME
allows you to rotate the image properly so that vertical
games display properly on a vertical monitor.
All the vectors are drawn with smooth
continuous colors, any variations in vector color (for
instance the bright spots in the Star
Wars logo) are caused by my camera and
/ or are image compression artifacts.
Click on each picture to view a larger