Remember Euclideon? They’re the Australian company who claimed they would revolutionise video game graphics using voxels. They’ve been working on their ‘Unlimited Detail’ engine for years. Now they’ve released another demo in an attempt to show what that engine can do. If this is legitimate, it’s absolutely jaw-dropping.
You may remember Euclideon as the Australian company that claimed it could revolutionise video game visuals by replacing polygons with voxels. Back then Euclideon’s founder Bruce Dell told us that, in time, we would see the full potential of his Infinite Detail engine and what it can do.
Euclideon, a Brisbane, Australia-based tech company, claims it can stuff 100,000 times the amount of visual data into a 3D world with its Unlimited Detail rendering software. It’s visually stunning stuff. But one prominent game developer calls it “a scam.”