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Rendering Engine Mizuchi Tech Demo

Mizuchi Tech Demo

Rendering Engine Mizuchi Tech Demo

Rendering Engine Mizuchi Tech Demo

  

Silicon Studio has released a tech demo called Museum that shows off their next-gen rendering engine, Mizuchi. And by "next-gen" we're not talking about PS4 and Xbox One. It's truly a breathtaking sight. Have a look at the video below and see for yourselves.

 

As we can see here the level of detail shown here is truly astounding, making me wonder if current or even next generation graphics hardware could even cope with the strain. This engine is still under development so we likely will not see any games using the Mizuchi engine soon, but when we do our rigs better be ready for it.

 

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Most Recent Comments

03-09-2014, 05:00:27

Dicehunter
That looks the shiznitz !Quote

03-09-2014, 06:14:35

WYP
Good job finding this Thelosouvlakia!

Just made this Front Page!

Read more on the Mizuchi Rendering Engine hereQuote

03-09-2014, 08:35:20

Wraith
It is a beauty of an engine, I first saw this last year, just a shame that no work has been done since.Quote

03-09-2014, 08:50:31

RizeAllard
This is awesome. Especial to the ray rendering... I really like that Thelosouvlakia
I hope this kind of rendering technology will be available in next gen games as well.Quote

03-09-2014, 08:51:09

TalllPaul
That looks sweet.Quote
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