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13 Apr 2017 13:55

It's like SpaceEngine all over again!

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Galaxia

13 Apr 2017 14:21

It's pretty impressive though a bit basic, that terrain definitely leaves something to be desired in SE.  Competition is always a good thing.






I tried out the program, the controls need some work. While it is primitive it is definitely something to keep an eye on.
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Galaxia

13 Apr 2017 15:00

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Source of the post I tried out the program, the controls need some work. While it is primitive it is definitely something to keep an eye on.

yeah i would like a free mod like in SE, i just kept spinning and spinning.
also i would love to see rocks like here in SE. gives details to the surface.
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Galaxia

13 Apr 2017 19:22

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
that terrain definitely leaves something to be desired in SE.

Yeah, the detail and the rock scatters look nice, but overall I think the terrain isn't as realistic as that in SE, at least from what I've seen in the video.

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
I tried out the program

You're lucky; I tried to run it but it said that VCOMP140.DLL is missing. Well, perhaps next time. :D
 
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13 Apr 2017 23:15

Oh, wow! This is competition indeed!
I continue to eagerly await when SE's active galaxies feature polar jets (or SE has true procedural galaxies to begin with), and the rendering of distant superclusters like clouds is very pretty.
Its representation of intergalactic space reminds me of a little test program I made myself (scroll down to "Voronoi Universe"), but much more polished.
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