just showing some water off. its just reflecting the sky, thats all you
need to get that cool sun beam across it. its actually scrolling perlin
noise, each octave scrolls a different direction, then you just have to
tune the frequency and amplitude, the more bass the octave the faster it
scrolls… i wish I had a little movie of it, its pretty cool.
to make it perfect i guess all it needs is some fog factor for how close
to vertical the refraction angle is.
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here it is slighly bugfixed, ive got no idea what sides of the skybox
are reflecting correct. :) as you can see im making this little flight
sim, but ive gotten bogged down when i worked out my instancing was
terrible and i should have had way more planes than i was getting.
im not sure what ill do, but adding the water underneath was fun.
Ok, it looks good - but in case you would like to try some better
simulation for ocean water - I can give off my LibOcean library for a
test or two - it’s used for simulating ocean water with FFT (basically
it was a semestral school work) but it works and isn’t as slow as one
could think. I thought of building an OpenCL version before, but well
it’s pretty fast in naive C right now.
Would you like to give it a try? (If you do, just post a target system
for you and I’ll build a .so or .dll for you with description) :)
Does your library just plug straight in and work? Have you any youtube
videos or screenshots of the waves? If the wave shapes are realistic Im
finally got the clouds to reflect properly, and now ive got this great
white sun ball that never leaves the view no matter how you try to
escape it! :)