Big Breakthrough for Graphic Technology!!!
Recently the 3D Computer Graphics Technology company Euclideon released a video (http://www.euclideon.com/news/new-unlimited-detail-video) about the outstanding unlimited graphics revolutions that will be coming out in 2012. According to Euclideon the revolution will come on the aspect that gaming companies will stop using the polygons that are implemented in images sheets to make objects. The idea on the revolution is to implement actual particles to every single object created in the virtual word. One of the most impressive aspects of the announcement is that they can actually scan objects in a analogical way and convert the real object as digital as digital particles. What does that mean? Well that means that if you step in to a different soil in a game the soil will behave as a soil and not as a picture. This is a huge revolution of the ratio and complexity of the images in the gaming industry.
One of the questions we would bring is how much technology would the gaming companies actually need to generate a game with zillions particles as this Euclideon Suggest. Apparently, not as much as you think. They have created a virtual island that is quite amusing in several aspects, and manage to generate movement with 20 frames per second. If you thing about it, they have improve objects in a fact to 100 000 times, and been able to run at 20 frames per second with the current technology is quit impressive.
With the help of two million dollars received as commercialization Australian Grant, the developers of the technology are now working at full steam to release a viable product for the gaming industry. The expectations are that your gaming experience will change dramatically in a not so distance future. No more low detailed structures, pictures in the floors, steaming mountains and buildings on the horizon as we get near them. Everything will be there, perfect as they should be.
These are the geeks we were waiting for, “Thumbs Up” for these guys.
For more information go to: http://www.euclideon.com/