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    Long Island Indoor:

    Test 1.

    http://youtu.be/D4M-S0X5njc

    wip indoor 3D models:







    greetings
    Nikola

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    Thz shashanks18.
    horoxhoro its Maya's render, preview purposes, me tooo (love it when project inspires me)

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    OMG...amazing Work man! :O

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    very nice ambient lighting....can't wait to see the final piece

    cheers

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    Thz Max Power, Tesla had fantastic ideas, but human greed ...
    About a second picture nobody told me, is it Colorado?

    Interior Long Island Laboratory (work in progress)



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    I'm enjoying the quality of this thread, and am a Telsa fan.

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    Thz, second photo, Colorado ??
    We have done two more scenes with Tesla. As soon as we capture it will post...

    For the record :

    The famous "Tesla Tower" and Tesla Laboratory was built by Nikola Tesla from 1901 to 1905, in Shoreham, Long Island. It was intended to become the first broadcasting system in the world. The tower's purpose was also to transmit electrical energy without wires from the huge electricity reserve in Niagara Falls, and transmitted through the Ionosphere and the ground to the whole planet. Tesla wanted to saturate the surface of the globe with electricity for global use. The financer of the huge project was JP Morgan, who later asked how are we going to charge consumers for this electricity? Without a clear answer to this question, Morgan discontinued financial support for Wardenclyffe Tower.

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    I'm with everyone else on this, I thought your second photo was a real picture at first. Good work, really nice lighting.

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    Yes RT, FPS is very good, thz

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    Question - Is it realtime?
    Achieving that kind of quality is no small feat on its own, but optimizing it to run in realtime is nothing short of amazing.

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    Agree, this is without post and dx11 (displacement, bokeh etc), just render tune.

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    That really looks almost realistic :O. Only thing I can say is that it looks like a photo has been taken and its had a kinda "cartoony" effect on it. BY that I just mean the buildings brcks looks maybe a little to bright but other than that I would say perfect so far

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    more shots :







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    yes, that was some developing shot in UDK.

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    Are you -positive- that second picture is from UDK!??!?!?

    I really want to see this

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