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There sure is a lot of hating going on here in response to something so cool!
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Originally Posted by Guruboy View Post
There sure is a lot of hating going on here in response to something so cool!
Youre right.

All this thread contains is people whining about an article on a cool concept such as 4D that mentions the PS3 more than the 360...so people, as if called by God himself, have to run to the rescue of their beloved console as if to save it from certain peril.
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Originally Posted by Axon View Post
maybe u dont want to but u have to admit its another leap in technology
All i have to say is...
LOL!

This stuff is older then dirt! nvidia even has tech demo's of all that stuff you can download and run on anything better then a 5800!
age done by GPU
http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_ti...demo_home.html
Smoke effects (says 8800's and 8600's but my 7600GT did it, just not the liquid)
http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_boxofsmoke_home.html
And cascades (Dynamic mesh formation and procedural texturing, even dynamic water DX10 only, but there is a video)
http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_cascades_home.html
Procedural sky, clouds sun etc. 5800Ultra
http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_la...demo_home.html
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Game companies have been touting "4D" since the SNES in various forms. To be honest, it just makes their companies look like morons for even suggesting something like that. Then again, when a huge portion of your audience is sugar high teens, I would not be shocked if some of them fell for it.
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