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  1. UNIGINE - Wheat Field

    Quick project I put together to learn Unigine. It was really fun experience, Unigine is now my primary engine I guess. Main idea come from Koola's video, wheat was created following Quixel's tutorial for UE4, but it was also possible to do the same in Unigine. Real-time raytraced environment, everything is dynamic, settings are maxed out, also there's no bake =) Video was interpolated (from 30 fps to 120 using RIFE) and there's bunch of artefacts so if you want to see original here it is - Ever
  2. Hello, I am adding reflection of wet surfaces in our application. We observed some artifacts on clouds, while rendering an environment probe with one face per frame. When switching to 6 faces per frame it looks normal, but it is too heavy in computation. What is your solution for this? There is a video in the attachement. 2020-09-04 08-51-16.mkv We did also observe that the start ray for screen space reflections gets more and more incorrect with increasing distance. It appears like the reflected object is going to vanish towards the horizon.
  3. In Unigine 2.1 the Atmospheric scattering was refactored (and it looks awesome) But in our product, we have spherical planets. So we can't use the default atmospheric scattering. We have a custom implementation of this feature. However we would like to use an environment texture or at least a global ambient light to prevent shadows from being just plain black. In previous versions of Unigine we simply set <render_scattering>0</render_scattering> But now, with the new system, in order to deactivate the atmospheric scattering, we have to deactivate environment texture at t
  4. Gloabl Lighting

    Hi, this is my picture and this one from TERA How do I adjust the lighting of the world, to get a similar image