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    Default Unigine Engine Picks Up Physical Cloth Effects

    Phoronix: Unigine Engine Picks Up Physical Cloth Effects

    While we are still waiting on the release of Unigine Heaven for Linux, the Unigine Corp developers continue advancing this multi-platform game engine. The latest code being worked on for this engine adds support for physical cloth along with physical wind that impacts physical cloth areas...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzcxOA

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    The first vid was a yawn. The second is damned impressive.

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    HTML 5 video, please?

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    the second and third... wowie. Code examples besides the vids would be nice to look at to.

    edit: the other demo's on youtube are worth looking at to.
    Last edited by tmpdir; 11-18-2009 at 04:46 PM.

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    looks nice but it will probably eat your cpu alive if it isnt written for opencl

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    The 2nd movie looks a bit like mirror's edge when you shoot at flags. Would like to see a real game with it - maybe just a few levels, but something to shoot at would be fine.

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    Would someone make a game with it already! Oh, wait. They have a few demos out... must check when I get home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by he_the_great View Post
    Would someone make a game with it already! Oh, wait. They have a few demos out... must check when I get home.
    They are working on nice games. But even if the engine can run on linux natively, that DOESN'T MEAN that the game editor will compile it for running on linux. Probably they will issue only a Windows client, perhaps a MacOS client.

    But, after all, Unigine allows us to dream on having premium games on Linux... (and I don't blame Unigine with that, please, don't misunderstand my meanings).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixxer_Linux View Post
    They are working on nice games. But even if the engine can run on linux natively, that DOESN'T MEAN that the game editor will compile it for running on linux. Probably they will issue only a Windows client, perhaps a MacOS client.

    But, after all, Unigine allows us to dream on having premium games on Linux... (and I don't blame Unigine with that, please, don't misunderstand my meanings).
    I also didn't find any downloads. But I do realize the Game-Devs may not go for Linux even if they use Unigine. But I also think that would be a mistake.

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    sadly they will probably be windows games, "the linux market is too small" and/or microsoft paid them off.

    for example : SteamPunk Studios, The game is targeted to PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Personal Computer can mean windows, mac or linux. but would assume windows only.

    also, how does this compare with ps3 graphics? what i see seems similar.

    matt

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