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Ah-ha! So THIS is why Keen waited for water...

Discussion in 'General' started by boromir, Jan 25, 2020.

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  1. boromir Apprentice Engineer

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    They must have been planning on putting this implementation of water into ME. It makes so much sense now! Way to go, Keen!! Who knew!?

     
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  2. MorshuArtsInc Apprentice Engineer

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    Well, RIP my potato computer then
     
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  3. Arkos Trainee Engineer

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    If only....
     
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  4. mojomann71 Senior Engineer

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    Not sure if you were being sarcastic or not.
    If you were not being sarcastic, I am not sure how you got the idea Keen was thinking of using this method.
     
  5. Malware Master Engineer

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    I... don't think this is a realtime technique...
     
  6. boromir Apprentice Engineer

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    Oh booooo Malware, you nay-sayer of exciting things. ;-)

    In all honesty, this was an amazing tech I saw that instantly became my wishful thinking for ME.
     
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  7. Lord Grey Apprentice Engineer

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    The first thing that came to my mind was: This technologie works with poligones, but planets consist of voxels. That looks great but will never work with SE.
     
  8. vasvadum Apprentice Engineer

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    This is quite nice, I wish I could run that simulation without Blender. Blender was so complex I could never figure it out.

    I doubt it'll happen in SE though, its virtually impossible in the Engine. On top of that, it would raise the cost of processing drastically. You'd need a computer 20 years in the future at minimum to do it in real time. :p
     
  9. Calaban Junior Engineer

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    How much longer do I need to live to see a realtime blender simulation of a multiplayer world?
     
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