The official Tokyo Demo Fest 2017 results can be found here.
Tokyo Demo Fest is a demoparty which will be held on
February 18-19, 2017.
Watch seminars and demos while making your demos in the afternoon, and then compete!
For sofa sceners, information about the live streaming page will be posted soon.
The event will be held in a hall roughly the area of medium-sized European demoparties. Needless to say, the partyplace features a massive screen for showing productions. Also, you are welcome to bring food and drinks from outside, so you can enjoy demos while having, and maybe sharing, delicacies. (That being said this is a demoparty, not a cooking party, so please don't bring your stove or microwave. :) )
|Creonix / Brain Wave ^ Mistigris||ototoi|
|Falken / brainstorm||seventeen_agent|
|FL1NE / RTX1911||sgkz|
|hamuha||thehat ^ poobrain|
|Jugem-T (DSdA / Atmosphere)||TYA-PA-|
|Karaki / UGO||uimac|
|kemas / System K||UMU____|
|kioku / System K||yama72_U_inaba|
|miyabin||はどはど hadhad @ Had2Apps|
The schedule might change without notice.
Please see the timetable for the deadlines and when the competitions will be held. Visitors will be able to submit their entries through the party intranet.
Remote entries are allowed and will be voted upon along with all other entries submitted at the party place, but you can win a prize only if you can attend the ceremony. If you are interested in submitting a remote entry, please upload your entry here.
The competition for the highest-performing Windows-based demos. These are the following subcategories:
A competition for entries that do not fit within the Combined PC Compo, the Graphics Compo, or the Music Compo.
These are the following subcategories:
Short films, or any pre-rendered movies.
Demos running on custom-built or older hardware.
Bring either the actual device, or a video capture of the demo.
Bring either the actual device, or a video capture of the demo. Organizers will have a Amiga 1200 + Blizzard card available. If your production works on an Amiga 1200, we will use it.
A GLSL fragment Shader displaying a graphical demo.
Here are some tutorials on getting started with GLSL if you need:
This is the compo for musical entries.
The competition for single-image graphics entries.
For questions about the compos, refunds, or any other questions in general, please contact us using the above email address.
Please do NOT send us remote entry submissions by email. Use the online uploader to submit your entry.
We are looking for sponsors! contact us.