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    We have an exhibition in London, VISITOR, until feb 27 featuring a UDK environment controlled by a rowing boat. The gallery installation comprises a full scale model of a virtual canadian cabin and a video piece.

    gallery details here: http://www.igloo.org.uk/VisitorInvite.html






    #2
    I have to say, this looks great and it looks like a very relaxing ride! My only nitpick would be the quality of the trees.

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      #3
      hahaah!, the trees are my best bit +_+, they are from a pencil sketch, and made of 2 billboards..All the vegetation is like that. Its hard to row the boat too as there is a force mechanism to simulate pulling the oar thru' water

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        #4
        that is truly amazing!

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          #5
          I'm really happy how the final product turned out Bruno. Well done, hopefully we can get a YouTube video of someone using this for say 5-10 minutes?

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            #6
            I agree, REALLy good turnout. Kinda reminds me of Alan Wake

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              #7
              Really good work, good to see something different. I agree about the tree's, however, it still works.

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                #8
                Thanks you guys, I will get up the gallery in a couple or days and make a video...
                - about the trees, my wacom tablet is my 'really speedy tree' generator, it also helps as the environment is 7km x 7km and there are thousands and thousands of trees..

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                  #9
                  Personally I think the trees add to the art style of the entire project. This is very good stuff and nice to see something different.

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                    #10
                    The Visitor exibition got a review in the Guardian:http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesi...ew-exhibitions

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                      #11
                      Your trees look like antenas u.u
                      Otherwise, looks awsome.

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