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    I am still chipping away on this, life (ok, fun music stuff) has just been getting in the way a bit this year.

    I also managed to get myself tangled up a bit trying to do some new tricky stuff in the galaxy class, but I finally managed to separate that out of the way into it's own class tonight. So hopefully that will let me get some movement happening on this again now.

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    placed any more thought on setting this up on the market?

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    Originally posted by ioFlow Studios View Post
    Heh heh, well I was thinking about bundling this all together with my planet stuff, but I'm starting to think I should look at releasing this as it's own product.

    It's almost finished too, just have to clean the code up a wee bit, and add in random star system stats (i.e. how many planets, what size, what type etc).

    Do you think this is the sort of thing that would make a good marketplace product? (assuming it was easy to use).

    If so, how much do you think people would be happy to pay for it?
    For planet generator, I would pay anywhere between 50-100$ (assuming it will include source code).
    For the galaxy generation can't say I personally don't see much use for me as of now (;.

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    Originally posted by ioFlow Studios View Post
    Heh heh, well I was thinking about bundling this all together with my planet stuff, but I'm starting to think I should look at releasing this as it's own product.

    It's almost finished too, just have to clean the code up a wee bit, and add in random star system stats (i.e. how many planets, what size, what type etc).

    Do you think this is the sort of thing that would make a good marketplace product? (assuming it was easy to use).

    If so, how much do you think people would be happy to pay for it?
    I would pay for it if it was on the marketplace -

    As for how much I do not know - 40 dollars minimum I know that for sure.

    Also got a bit of a question or a few -

    With the random Star System data would it be possible to make it so that we can access the data (via BP or C++) to generate maps with that data via tags or other method?
    Last edited by Mr_SquarePeg; 02-08-2018, 10:50 PM.

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    Heh heh, well I was thinking about bundling this all together with my planet stuff, but I'm starting to think I should look at releasing this as it's own product.

    It's almost finished too, just have to clean the code up a wee bit, and add in random star system stats (i.e. how many planets, what size, what type etc).

    Do you think this is the sort of thing that would make a good marketplace product? (assuming it was easy to use).

    If so, how much do you think people would be happy to pay for it?

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    Originally posted by ioFlow Studios View Post
    Aight. Made a video to show off the pretty flying through galactic dust clouds (dark bits) stuff:

    Yeah. Im not jealous at all!

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    I have not looked at this thread in a while. Really cool stuff is still happening.

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    Aight. Made a video to show off the pretty flying through galactic dust clouds (dark bits) stuff:

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    Added in "galactic dust"... looks pretty good...

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    Wahoo, new video day:



    This one is demonstrating in editor display of star system names (via a markov chain name generation algorithm)

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    Absolutely Stunning!

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    It's so easy to use it's fun just making random stuff...

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    Main problem is performance (of course).

    Apparently volumetric fog doesn't do occlusion culling so it has to voxelize every box in your scene even if they're all behind you

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    Ah, Im incredibly interested!

    (as if I can get any more interested in what your doing haha)

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    Another quick youtube, testing a smaller nebula in side the larger galactic cloud...

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