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|Comment by: Jostein (126.96.36.199)||At: 06 Jun 2020, 22:28||File version: 1.8|
|Inspiring and nice looking effects! |
Gives me some of the same good feeling as demos from the original Amiga's golden era.
|Comment by: HKvalhe (188.8.131.52)||At: 14 May 2020, 13:20||File version: 1.4|
It's a really good tool, no doubt about that. Gallium3D could still happen. It happened for Linux, and we get most stuffs from Linux on AmigaOS4 anyway. The problem with Warp3D Nova is that mostly users with Southern Island Radeon cards and Polaris are able to use it. No others, so there is a huge limitation of graphic driver support there. That not to say that this tool is not useful. It looks useful and for those able to use Warp3D Nova, the tool should be a real fun to use. We need stuffs like that.
|Comment by: Mika (184.108.40.206)||At: 13 May 2020, 23:07||File version: 1.4|
|What are you saying? |
Forget Gallium, it will probably never released.
But that tool was ported to demontrates the current shaders functionalities of the tools we have today (Warp3D Nova), and these Shadets support still in course of implementation into it
|Comment by: HKvalhe (220.127.116.11)||At: 13 May 2020, 16:00||File version: 1.4|
|Only really useful if you have a Warp3D Nova supported GFX card like Polaris on Radeon RX cards. Other than that, it looks like a cool thing. AmigaOS4 would need Gallium3D so that all Radeon cards can use advanced 3D graphic like Shaders. Keep up the good work. |