Swimmingpool demo

Discussion in 'Rendering Technology and APIs' started by asimocpp2, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. asimocpp2

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    It is a hot day, so take a refreshing dip into this virtual swimming pool.

    You will need directX 10 todo so.

    It has water physics and advanced shaders.

    Any comments are welcome!

    You can download the demo on:

    http://www.xwaytoonsoft.com/download.php#9
     
  2. mito

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    Nice, many thanks!
     
  3. asimocpp2

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    If people have trouble running the demo,

    please let me know!
     
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    Didn't run on a fresh install of Win7 RC. Missing d3dx9_32.dll. Ran fine after I downloaded it. Look good, but in some places the shadows had no filtering. (radeon 4850 with newest drivers)
     
  5. Davros

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    I have a general question about your web site
    "It is a swamp that reacts on the sound volume level in the bus"

    what bus do you drive around the swamp in a bus ?
     
  6. jiaolu

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    grab and move the chair seem a litter weird。Other than that, really fine demo.
    My pc is amd 5000 , nvidia 8600gt。the directx is fast ,the opengl rendering is rather slow
     
  7. asimocpp2

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    Slow opengl

    Yea, OpenGl gets slow because of the texture render buffers.

    For some reason OpenGl gets really slow when one uses these.

    Have not figured out why this is.
     
  8. Kaotik

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    Nice demo, but the objects should, imo, make bigger effect on the water (Even if there's no splashes, there should be bigger ripples / waves)
     
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