Danger Planet by Fantasy Lab

May 2, 2007 at 11:00 pm (Game techniques)

Danger Planet

Fantasy Lab, the company that released that Rhinork global illumination demo last summer, has released a screenshot from the first game utilizing their Fantasy Engine, Danger Planet. The company president is Mike Bunnell, the guy who wrote the GPU Gems 2 article on modeling light transfer and occlusion based on disc-to-disc form factors. The technique they are using for indirect light is no doubt based on the method in GPU Gems, but likely with many improvements. One image is sort of a disappointment.I’m dying to see a video, preferably with some ray gun blast lighting!

Fantasy Lab

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5 Comments

  1. Jonathan Decker said,

    Isn’t that only of those aliens from the Simpsons?

  2. levelofdetail said,

    I think the idea is that it’s a cheesy retro sci-fi thing, and those aliens on the Simpsons are based on cheesy retro sci-fi creatures. I hadn’t thought about this, they are very similar!

  3. Fantasy Lab releases Radium SDK « Level of Detail said,

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