Posts Tagged ‘trees’

Hey, These Procedural Trees Are Cool

Cool.

Friday afternoon is as good a time as any to ask: fancy seeing some cool trees?

I’ve got some cool procedurally-generated trees to show you.

You want to see some realistic 3D trees with dynamic fruit and falling-to-pieces? I can show you those.

Fancy some eerie neon pixeltrees which mmmay be sentient? I’ve got those too.

Lots of good trees today, my friend.

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Watch Magical Procedural Trees Grow In Starboretum

Sooner or later, we all make the little flowers grow.

At the intersection of three of my greatest passions – plants, wandering, and watching plants grow – sprouts a new work-in-progress look at the tech behind Starboretum [official site]. Also trees. Lots of trees. They sprout, rise, branch out, and spread their leaves, powered by magical procedural generation. Starboretum’s made by Alex May, one half of the duo behind arboreal RTS Eufloria. As an expert virtuatree-watching wanderer, I must say this video is just the ticket for a Friday afternoon.

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