Euclideon, an Australian tech company created in 2010, is ready to show a work in progress video of their “Unlimited Detail”, a new proposal on how videogame graphics can be created in the next couple of years. Unlimited Detail is a technology which was secretly in development for many years. It enables computers to display infinite geometry at real time frame rates and has made many prominent appearances in the media, especially in magazines including New Scientist, Wired, Popular Science, Hyper, Atomic and PC Power Play amongst others.
What do you think after watching the video? Is this something real enough for it to be a part of the next round of consoles and their games or will it end up skipping a generation or maybe even not being applied at all?
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