First Screens Of ‘Unlimited Detail’ Engine Are Far From Impressive

Posted By | On 02nd, Aug. 2011 Under Feature, Slider | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


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Yesterday we had reported on an upcoming graphics engine: ‘Unlimited Detail’ which promises to improve the current generation of graphics by 100,000 times. The tech is under development at Euclideon and being a technology company they have not been able to create an artistic world for their tech demo.
They recently released a few screens of the engine depicting the ‘Unlimited Detail’ scenario but in my opinion they are far from impressive. But again, since they are a technology company and not an art company these screens may not do justice to the tech they have under development.

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What do you guys think about this engine? Let us know in the comments below.
We just got to know that these screens are from an older build. For new screens check here.

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  • Like they said, they are programmers that are doing graphics. So i want to see it when a game company does it to decide if its great or not…

  • How isn’t that fucking impressive? Maybe you should write your own god damn atom based graphics engine?

  • The trees are very impressive the real impressive part is the way things don’t appear to be “pasted” into the world.

  • Actually, most of you probably didn’t see them, but I’ve actually a lot of these pictures from a year ago. YES, a year ago. Some of them I haven’t, but I still think it’s from the same set they took a year ago.

    If you check out the new video compared to these screens, then you will notice a BIG difference in quality.

    Seriously guys, a year ago.

    • Sorry guys, I meant to say “but I’ve actually seen a lot of”.

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