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Offline luisoft

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« Posted 2003-03-30 15:30:22 »

Does anyone has some example?
Offline mill

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-03-30 15:36:18 »

depends on what a water cascade effect is.

Offline bmyers

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-04-02 17:32:09 »

If you want to simulate water falling and splashing and stuff in realtime then what you want is probably a Particle system.  

There's been a couple Particle systems posted.  Orangy Tang posted one awhile back (can't find the link), and there's one that's been created and is available for public use at http:/www.j3d.org

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Offline Orangy Tang

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2003-04-02 18:23:25 »

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There's been a couple Particle systems posted.  Orangy Tang posted one awhile back (can't find the link), and there's one that's been created and is available for public use at http:/www.j3d.org


Yeah, that was quite a while ago Smiley Its on my website if you want to grab the code (link in profile, code in j3d). The one on j3d.org is more advanced last time i checked, but i got the nagging feeling it was slightly over-engineered.

Other than that, Gamasutra has a good article on particles that i used when writing it, and if you can get your hands on Max Payne then the particle fx editor should give you plenty of ideas (possibly the most flexible and comprehensive tool out there i've seen).

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