Dynamic Terrain is terrain which is malleable in itself. It does not just sit there once placed, but actively changes. Peaks may wear down, or rise up. Valleys deepen or flatten out, rivers carve new courses, and water flows into lowered areas.
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Stanford's Junior AI, on handbrake skid parking, without a human influence on the system, in dynamic environments, with only a two foot variance in position at 25mph. Or, the first baby steps towards dynamic switching between open and closed loop systems.
Rolling terrain follows a specific pattern when viewed from the air. Anywhere on Earth, it is easily recognizable by the way it flows as a near never ending series of similar forms. Smooth, rounded ridges interspersed by valleys, leading down to deep valleys at either end.
H.D.R., or high dynamic range photography is a relatively new technique used by photographers to take high-quality full lighting range photos that are near-indistinguishable from paintings, for their ability to correctly replicate the lighting of a given scene, exactly how the human eye would see it.
Creating realistic terrain involves more than simply sculpting out a feature and plonking it on the landscape. To truly create a believable landscape, the process of natural grassland formation has to be understood, else grasslands may be placed in locations they have no place being.
Creating realistic terrain involves more than simply sculpting out a feature and plonking it on the landscape. To truly create a believable landscape, the entire process of natural river creation has to be understood, so that rivers can be created that flow naturally and feel right.
Creating realistic terrain involves more than simply sculpting out a feature and plonking it on the landscape. To truly create a believable landscape, the process of natural desert formation has to be understood, so that deserts can be created in believable locations.
Creating realistic terrain involves more than simply sculpting out a feature and plonking it on the landscape. To truly create a believable landscape, the process of natural mountain formation has to be understood else Mountain ranges may be formed in places that simply make no sense, or worse, disrupt the sense of locations around them.
A definition document for an interesting, and incredibly dynamic approach to classes and guilds, within a roleplay setting.
Complete Website: The Virtual Terrain Project
The VTP was created to assist in the development of the tools and procedures needed to create graphical simulation of more or less anything you could name.
A coder?s article about creating realistic, dynamic soft shadow in real-time interactive, and complex scenes.
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Google Earth is at its heart a mapping program. If you think about that logically, mapping programs can map any terrain, and ot necessarily just land or sea terrain. Spain's Prado museum has used the technology to create augmented reality ...