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06 May 2017 07:39

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Wonderful !!
 
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06 May 2017 08:47

That nebula is so pretty looking! :)
 
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06 May 2017 08:56

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Started work on scripts and editor for new Duke's nebulae:
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Woah, nice!
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06 May 2017 10:35

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Started work on scripts and editor for new Duke's nebulae:
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Beautiful!
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06 May 2017 14:02

SpaceEngineer wrote:
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Very cool!! ;)
 
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06 May 2017 16:22

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Started work on scripts and editor for new Duke's nebulae:
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Nice and good work :).
 
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06 May 2017 18:03

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Started work on scripts and editor for new Duke's nebulae:
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I never realized how good the new nebulae looked until I saw that picture.
 
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07 May 2017 07:36

This nebula is so impressive!
How is actually the performance if you go near or into a nebula? I cant imagine that this goes without a huge performance drop.
 
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07 May 2017 08:27

second-ich wrote:
This nebula is so impressive!
How is actually the performance if you go near or into a nebula? I cant imagine that this goes without a huge performance drop.

Don't quote me on this, but if I recall correctly SpaceEngineer said on the old forum that it doesn't carry a significant FPS drop.
 
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07 May 2017 09:52

Just awesome! I've seen things like this in dreams before.
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07 May 2017 11:46

second-ich wrote:
This nebula is so impressive!
How is actually the performance if you go near or into a nebula? I cant imagine that this goes without a huge performance drop.

most likely. saw harbingerdawn's stream and his framerate droped to 20 when it animated without skyboxes and he has almost the same rig as I do. with skyboxes is more stable
 
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10 May 2017 01:52

Where is that Harbingerdawn stream if I might ask?
 
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10 May 2017 03:15

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10 May 2017 09:20

This is absolutely amazing!
I´m so mad I was too late to get the beta key  :x
 
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10 May 2017 13:49

I'm really curious how those stunning nebula work. Is this a kind of shader? It can't be particles or you would need tons of them and it could never run in real time.

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