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3D water and clouds
FastFourierTransformDate: Saturday, 15.03.2014, 19:36 | Message # 61
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One day in SE we will see this kind of things:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoD672IB9gw

The volumetric clouds would take account of the different star light of a multiple star system



We would fly through the clouds of extraterrestrial gas giants





And we will see the planetary rings through the clouds of those gas giants




And see tuntherstorms beneath the clouds (or meteor strikes) illuminating them in the freezing night os some Neptune like planet



And we will see complex cloud behaviour when the chemistry of an extraterrestrial atmosphere is different than those we imagine



And all other of nature's epic spectacles



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Edited by FastFourierTransform - Saturday, 15.03.2014, 19:39
 
Tca_11aDate: Sunday, 16.03.2014, 00:02 | Message # 62
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cry It's so... Beautiful ;_;
 
KubeQ11Date: Sunday, 30.11.2014, 11:37 | Message # 63
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What do you think about oceans like this in Space Engine? That would be super cool, wouldn't it? smile Also, I thought that the faster and stronger the wind, the waves are higher and move faster. Of course, it would also depend on the composition of the liquid. Do you think that would be possible in SE? The liquid existing in the current version of SE is boring and flat.

P.S. I'm sorry for my bad English. It's not my native language. happy
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 30.11.2014, 12:02 | Message # 64
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KubeQ11, please read the forum rules. Threads where you could have posted about this already exist. Please use the search function.




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TheVino3Date: Monday, 01.12.2014, 05:14 | Message # 65
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Surely a thread named "3D Water and Clouds" is not an unreasonable place to ask about 3D Water...
 
anonymousgamerDate: Monday, 01.12.2014, 05:22 | Message # 66
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Quote TheVino3 ()
Surely a thread named "3D Water and Clouds" is not an unreasonable place to ask about 3D Water...


He mostly likely created a separate thread to ask that, and it got merged here.





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KubeQ11Date: Monday, 01.12.2014, 12:34 | Message # 67
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He mostly likely created a separate thread to ask that, and it got merged here.


Yes, it got merged.
 
KoshDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 02:03 | Message # 68
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3D Clouds would totally be awesome in future versions of Space Engine. I got an idea on what it might be like, by using an open source aviation simulator called Flight gear. It truly has 3D clouds.
 
SalvoDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 14:47 | Message # 69
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It should look like something like this:


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FireintheholeDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 16:10 | Message # 70
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Quote Kosh ()
3D Clouds would totally be awesome in future versions of Space Engine.

I tell you, this is what I most of all look forward to in future versions of SE smile This and procedural galaxies/nebulae models.





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oleg999Date: Friday, 09.01.2015, 17:51 | Message # 71
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I think in future versions of SE, when you see the 3D clouds, gas giants will look more realistic. The shape of the gas giants with 3D clouds will be very similar to it, such as what we see Jupiter in the photos smile .

Also really looking forward to the moment when will be implemented 3D-water and 3D clouds, also procedural models of galaxies and nebulae and planets rings their stones and dust.
 
kaue4arp10Date: Wednesday, 21.01.2015, 02:07 | Message # 72
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Quote oleg999 ()
I think in future versions of SE, when you see the 3D clouds, gas giants will look more realistic. The shape of the gas giants with 3D clouds will be very similar to it, such as what we see Jupiter in the photos


Just imagine going through an almost unnoticeable transition from water to air on a warm oceania with a thick atmosphere...
 
Destructor1701Date: Saturday, 07.02.2015, 19:49 | Message # 73
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If and when Vladimir gets these clouds working, this is what those occasional texture-tile glitches will look like:



Real photograph from someone on www.reddit.com/r/aviation.





 
AiioFluxDate: Saturday, 07.02.2015, 20:09 | Message # 74
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Vlad is programming..
THIS
Universe?
wacko





You are now breathing manually..
 
ZatSoloDate: Saturday, 07.02.2015, 21:58 | Message # 75
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Quote KubeQ11 ()
What do you think about oceans like this in Space Engine? ... Do you think that would be possible in SE?


The 3D ocean simulation reported by you is remarkable, but this other is really impressive, breathtaking: http://youtu.be/ykPjzV9Z5Ew surprised


Edited by ZatSolo - Saturday, 07.02.2015, 22:00
 
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