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Submitted by Rrobba 461d ago | video

Mind-Blowingly Perfect Water Simulation Is Now A Reality

Kotaku: "Simulating the physics of water was always tricky and game engines sometimes still have to use dodgy mechanics to make it feel real. But the above demonstration of this new fluid simulation technique proves that slowly but surely we're getting there." (Culture, Dev)

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shadow2797  +   461d ago
Very very cool. It will be nice to finally see some realistic looking water that reacts the way it should in the next few years.

Now someone needs to work on realistic real-time hair...
mayberry  +   461d ago
Water effects are notoriously hard to render. But it adds so much immersion in games, developers really have to put a lot of time in developing it. This looks incredible!

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