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Last year, Australian company Euclideon showed off a video demo promising a new technology for creating graphics that could revolutionize video gaming. That is, if their promises are real.

After quite a bit of silence, the company is back, showing off where their technology has come and some actual uses in terms of creating worlds for games.

The results? Absolutely impressive. Of course, there are still a number of questions, such as how much hardware will be needed to run their technology, and how it’ll work when adding in elements like collision detection and animation.

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! – What do you think about the technology being shown off in this video? Revolutionary for games, or just a bunch of empty promises?

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Does this video show the future of video game graphics?

By EGM Staff | 08/1/2011 11:25 AM PT

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Last year, Australian company Euclideon showed off a video demo promising a new technology for creating graphics that could revolutionize video gaming. That is, if their promises are real.

After quite a bit of silence, the company is back, showing off where their technology has come and some actual uses in terms of creating worlds for games.

The results? Absolutely impressive. Of course, there are still a number of questions, such as how much hardware will be needed to run their technology, and how it’ll work when adding in elements like collision detection and animation.

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD! – What do you think about the technology being shown off in this video? Revolutionary for games, or just a bunch of empty promises?

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