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Future computing speculation nextgen consoles and graphics

Nextgen graphics (Hoping)This is the part where I can talk about what I hope to see in upcoming games. A lot ofit will be repeated from my old tutorial on this subject, only hopefully this tutorial will haveclearer examples. Firstly, in my 2008 tutorial I was hoping for an increase in parallax mappingin games. Well, forget I said that. It has been replaced with another, better, and farsimpler solution TESSELLATION. This is effectively just increasing the number of triangles thingsare made out of as you get closer to them, which gives the impression of more detail.If you had infinite processing power this could replace things such as bump mappingin fact, rendering everything in 3D first

is how they generate the bump maps for charactersin the first place. But for now a blend of the two is the most efficient way to go.I hope that movement gets a onceover in games. Rockstar seem the only ones capable of reallyfluid animations at the moment. Check out Grand Theft Auto 4 and Max Payne 3, both usingEuphoria's animation system which can combine animations and let the computer go freestyleif it needs to. For example, if you decide to make Max jump headfirst into a concretepillar. We're beginning to see decent physics beingimplemented into new games. Borderlands 2 has tons of debris, ripable cloth and realtimeliquid thrown in thanks to Nvidia's physx,

but an opensource alternative for both Nvidiaand AMD to use is needed if these effects are to be included for more than just visualeffects in games. After trying out 3D in games, I like the ideabut it's still poorly supported in most games. It does well in games where the actiongoes on upclose (Like Portal) or where the cameras for individual eyes are far enoughaway from each other to make everything look 3D (I find third person games do better atthis than first person games). The only time it really breaks the game is where a 3D crosshairisn't supported, making the targeting in games impossible (Unreal Tournament 3, forexample). The real problem is that you have

a choice between 3D and double the FPS, whichcan instead be put towards better graphics and gameplayrelated improvements. If anything,3D benefits older games better than it does new ones, breathing a new lease of life intothem. You can't beat Deus Ex in 3D with 32x antialiasing!Next gen graphics (realistic) and next gen console speculationI will be mentioning the consoles a lot in this tutorial, because like them or not, theyare the baseline that game developers aim for when making games. They both contain customprocessors which make them incredibly difficult to compare to PCs in terms of power, but theirgraphics cards are the equivalent of the Geforce

7900 radeon 1900 series. Computer hardwareis now many generations ahead of the consoles, as you can see from this list dating backto the year 2000. You can also see how large the gap is compared with between previousgenerations. Most games today have a minimum requirement of a Geforce 8800 or radeon 2900this is because this is roughly how powerful the consoles are, plus a little bit more becausePCs never seem to be as efficient at running games and they tend to run the games at higherresolutions. Graphics technology has slowed down since these consoles were released, perhapsthis is because further advancements are harder to achieve, or maybe there just simply isn'tany point, since all games are made with the

consoles in mind. The geforce 9000 serieswas a refresh of the 8000 series, the 200 series was a jump up, they skipped 300 completelyfor desktops and since then have had 3 series, each more powerful than the last. It's abouttime they refreshed the console hardware. Now for fun I'm just going to predict whatthe next generation of consoles will be like. I'm predicting that they're going to be afair bit more powerful than today's consoles, since I don't see it worth Sony's or Microsoft'stime to release a console that's hardly any more powerful than the last, especially sinceit will be powering games for the next 10 years or so.I wouldn't be surprised if they had a custommade

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