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Lux wet shaders for unity 5 [beta 22]

Discussion in 'Unity 5 Pre-order Beta' started by larsbertram1, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. larsbertram1

    larsbertram1

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    hi there,

    i have just finished porting the lux wet shaders for the latest beta of unity 5.
    you may just grab them from my repo:
    https://github.com/larsbertram69/Lux_2.0

    lux wet shaders are built on top of unity’s new lighting features (pbs, global illumination, reflection probes, sh ambient diffuse lighting) and give you physically based dynamic wetness and rain effects like rain ripples, water running down walls or the dynamic accumulation of puddles.

    cheers, lars

    Lux Wetness Shaders.png

     
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2015
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  2. kurylo3d

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    Ill definently post up some screenshots of using this in my environment when i get teh chance :)

    This is like the most awesome thing ever :) Love awesome shaders.

    Question, does this follow more of a standard spec workflow or a standard metallic workflow. I prefer metallic if thats relevant. Just so much easier.:)
     
  3. larsbertram1

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    it follows the standard specular workflow...
     
  4. kurylo3d

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    How difficult to turn it into metallic? I only ask because the majority of my environment and props are built with metallic in mind. Its just so much easier to make things realistic.
     
  5. larsbertram1

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    and here is a short preview:
     
  6. kurylo3d

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    breath taking.
     
  7. MS80

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    Great work! Looks impressive!
    It seems there is a important prefab missing in your package...
     
  8. adventurefan

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    The dynamic part looks really cool!
     
  9. larsbertram1

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    which one?
    well, i have seen that the ambient reflection source was not set to skybox: fixed.
     
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  10. larsbertram1

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    thanks.
    i hope you enjoy the shaders.
    lars
     
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  11. DanSuperGP

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    Wow, that's really really impressive.
     
  12. steego

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    I like this :p
     
  13. AdamGoodrich

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  14. virror

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    360p for a graphics demo? Interesting choice : p
    Looks awesome though!
     
  15. larsbertram1

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    well, i do not do that many youtube videos... 2nd one (in the first post) should be better though.
     
  16. larsbertram1

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    updated to beta 22.
     
  17. elbows

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    Forgive the slightly stupid question: Do circular water ripples actually move position across the surface of water like that in real life?
     
  18. larsbertram1

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    depends on the wind strength i guess.
    but anyway: it is free adjustable.
     
  19. elbows

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    Thanks, looking forward to checking it out for myself when I get some time. Thanks so much for sharing your work without charge.
     
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