Are graphics this realistic actually possible in a modern-day video game? According to the people behind the much-ballyhooed Infinite Detail technology, we'll get the chance to find out soon.
Yesterday we posted a video from Euclideon – a Australian company that claims it can revolutionise video game graphics, increasing visual fidelity by 100,000. This morning we spoke to Euclideon's CEO Bruce Dell – the man Markus Persson calls a "Snake Oil Salesman" – to ask a few questions regarding Euclideon's…
Euclideon, a Brisbane, Australia-based tech company, claims it can stuff 100,000 times the amount of visual data into a 3D world with its Unlimited Detail rendering software. It's visually stunning stuff. But one prominent game developer calls it "a scam."
Or is the technology that powers Euclideon's "Unlimited Detail" graphics engine another contender that hopes to unseat the traditional way of modeling and rendering things in 3D (with polygons)? Whatever Euclideon's fate, it's potentially a very exciting development.