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We've posted a lot of new development updates lately and we got a lot of great responses but also a lot of questions related to the motion blur and other things. We try to answer all the questions we get as good as possible but in this case the best way to answer them is to show everything in action

Posted by Betelgeuze on Aug 27th, 2007

We've posted a lot of new development updates lately and we got a lot of great responses but also a lot of questions related to the motion blur and other things. We try to answer all the questions we get as good as possible but in this case the best way to answer them is to show everything in action with a video, enjoy:

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Flavien Brebion, also known as InfinityAdmin, created this video showing off the ball physics and collisions, the planetary terrain (it's using one big tiling texture and it has some vertex popping), and finally the motion blur.
Keep in mind that this is only a tech-demonstration and everything is work-in-progress.

For more information go to our website at www.infinity-universe.com or take a look at the Development Journal on the Infinity forums.

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Piuneer
Piuneer Aug 27 2007, 7:11pm says:

wow. computers all around the world will explode with the sheer awesomeness of this game :D

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Canuck
Canuck Aug 27 2007, 9:32pm says:

Stunning video

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nomichi
nomichi Aug 27 2007, 10:49pm says:

nice! I like when you zoom way out to outer space :P keep up the good work.

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Capital88
Capital88 Aug 27 2007, 11:07pm says:

this is just awful, a pure disgrace, not a single naked woman in that whole video!

haha, j/k, that was awesome, and when the camera pulled all the way out of the planet i got a chill down my spine...

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Arxae
Arxae Aug 28 2007, 4:41am says:

ghaa i want it now :(
must be one of the greatest engines ever :p that mountain was just endless, wouldnt want to fall of there :p

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TheFrog4u
TheFrog4u Aug 28 2007, 7:03am says:

besides the tiled textures and the terain popping when zooming, its one of the most impressive things i´ve seen so far.. i hope (and belive) you get that fixed!

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drunkill
drunkill Aug 28 2007, 10:07am says:

Great video there, you guys have been doing great things with your engine :D

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N0VA
N0VA Aug 28 2007, 2:21pm says:

That's pretty darn neat O_o

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Josef-Nastra
Josef-Nastra Aug 28 2007, 2:50pm says:

This looks great and that engine you have built looks to be amazing. I am really looking forward to this when you make a playable version. Good luck and fortune on your path to awsomeness.

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manneedname
manneedname Aug 28 2007, 7:48pm says:

holy ****, thats cool you can just go on and off a planet like that, not have it have to load it or anything

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enfee
enfee Aug 29 2007, 5:40am says:

amazing, best engine ever! :P cmoon guys

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