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real time Destructible Terrain implementation

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by FilipBaba, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. FilipBaba

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    Last edited: Sep 9, 2012
  2. JamesLeeNZ

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    nice work
     
  3. TiG

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    Great job!
     
  4. AdamOwen

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    Looks great, may have a play with it soon!
     
  5. FilipBaba

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    thanks everyone.
    I would love to see what people will make with this implementation. If people request it i can put up an online playable version too.
     
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    Very nice work. Thanks for sharing it!
     
  8. visuaware

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    was link to package removed?
     
  9. DaneC020

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    No it is still up. Go check out the youtube video and look in his notes there.

    -Dane
     
  10. mgear

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  11. larvantholos

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    This is one of the best things I've seen come out in a while, nice work!
     
  12. tasadar

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    Nice indeed!

    it should be free, there seems to be nothing new here, usual stuff.
    afferin devam et...
     
  13. FilipBaba

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    This was one of my biggest inspirations.

    One thing I worked on was getting the actual terrain texture to change at the explosion Vector3.
    My framework can have multiple texture changes by manipulating the splat map, for example:
    At first explosions change just to a dirt texture, then after a few of those it becomes a darker burnt type of texture.

    I am currently developing a fully practical Terra-Forming system for in-game where one can raise ground to create mountains and such.

    In the future i would like to create some form of Voxel terrain where one can fully manipulate the Terrain to create caves and arches and other earth formations.
     
  14. FilipBaba

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    Bump so more people can use this. I really want to see what people will make with this.
     
  15. b0bbly

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    I love it! Thinking about changing it for use in a build-style MMO - if the performance is capable.
    I'd love to see the work on the construction and cave systems when you're closer to completion.
     
  16. Taigo

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    Awesome stuff!
    Thanks for sharing and taking your time on this
     
  17. EvilOtaku

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    Very good stuff here. I'm hoping to be able to do something like Son of Nor here

     
  18. FilipBaba

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    The code as of yet is still not optimized, so it doesn't run very smoothly. The slowest part of the code is where the terrain texture gets changed, one shortcut around this is to use Projectors instead of changing the terrain texture directly.
    Son of Nor looks like it's using a similar type of system, but it's more efficient because it's not changing the texture in the memory, so it can run smooth.
     
  19. FilipBaba

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    Has anyone done anything with this yet?

    I would really love to see what the community can come up with
     
  20. alext

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    Not quite done yet but working on a tech demo that uses your script for a tank sim game.
     
  21. Kurius

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    Hi,
    Did you every get around to this particular feature?
    Thanks