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Water dynamics simulations for the future of games and graphics cards

ceview (2857765) writes | about a year ago

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ceview (2857765) writes "Some impressive demonstrations of water fluid dynamics for 3D Games. From the article it explains that "a new fluid simulation algorithm, called "Position Based Fluids" (PBD) makes it look easy, with water bouncing off objects in a realistic fashion.""
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What are the "pool noodles"? (1)

Muad'Dave (255648) | about a year ago | (#43544711)

Did anyone else notice in the first video (labeled 'Supplemental Video') the 'pool noodles' being thrown up at 0:10 and 0:22 between the lighthouse and the observer? I don't know if they were intentional or an artifact of the algorithm that was otherwise quite impressive.

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