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evilelvis

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Hi ppl, I know this sounds crazy but what about some kind of 'weather generator' for Podium?

It'd be great for a sunny day or overcast day or cloudy day or even an apocalyptic day...?




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Cool idea. 
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I would like a special "judgement day"
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Yeah it would be cool, reducing the time of PP!

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What about some tear gas preset environment very useful for archi presentations in greece. I also modeled a set of riot policemen, why not. If this is out of this topic please forgive me. 
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Hmm,
I was in Greece for 6 weeks back in 1992 and remember the smog in Athens.

Travellers tip: Do not wear a white shirt during 'peak hour'.


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michalis
What matters is that Greece is a great country, this is a world problem called capitalism.
And yes it will be great to have a weather generator.
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Technically this is possible actually. We have a physical sky which changes colour according to the time of day, the new version has a facility to control softness of shadows from the sun directly. We already have the facility to control the sky turbidity (haziness) and sun intensity and we can directly set the sky background colour using SU.

If we have a cloud generator for the sky, it should be possible to devise a way of linking these things together in a way that simulates weather conditions. Cool idea!

If this happens, it is unlikely to be soon though I would have thought...

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