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How did they do it?
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>>641949
The water looks like an animated texture on a solid, the rest could be keyframed but trees and stuff probably sim
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Unreal Engine, apparently.
http://weathergroup.com/newsroom/2018/04/05/weather-channel-taps-future-group-provide-revolutionary-mixed-reality
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Thumbnail reminded me of this
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>>641989
That's adorable. I pray she'll live for a long, long time.
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>>642336
>I pray she'll live for a long, long time.
Not sure if living is so enjoyable at that age Anon.
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https://80.lv/articles/using-ue4-mr-to-show-the-danger-of-hurricane-florence/
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Well, it looks like a video game. The foam is especially jarring.





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