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‘Tropics’ demo shows capabilities of Unigine in DX9, DX10 and OpenGL

Category: Applications

Sep 04, 2008

A new Unigine-powered ‘Tropics’ demo is released and available for download now. Key features of the demo are dynamic sky with light scattering, live water with a surf zone and caustics, special materials for vegetation, parallel split shadow map for the Sun, and real-time ambient occlusion. It supports all modern graphical APIs: DirectX 9, DirectX 10, and OpenGL, so users can make performance comparison. Both Windows and Linux version are available, plus there is a benchmarking feature in the demo.

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