You may have seen our writeup about Euclideon yesterday. The company's technology couples voxels with 3D-scanned data from the real world, and the results are pretty compelling.
The firm has now posted a new video that shows its voxel-infused graphics in greater detail. Take a look:
Yep. Still very impressive. The church model looks particularly lifelike—although I'd expect no less, given the size of the compressed point-cloud data: 3.8GB, according to Euclideon CEO Bruce Dell. The outdoor environment has some rough edges here and there, but I'd expect 3D-scanned scenes like these to get smoothed out and prettied up by artists once Euclideon's technology makes it into games next year.
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