oh my word, another dynamic development just popped into the daz forum
I don't think so. From what i read in his post he says he's writing it fro the ground up, so it'll be his creation. I think what he's showing there is his concept of what he'd like the finished product to be.Unity, hmm I wonder if there will be licensing issues then. I hope not cause it does look like it could be great!
Unity, hmm I wonder if there will be licensing issues then. I hope not cause it does look like it could be great!
He said he wrote his own front end. I'm assuming that's what he meant.Using Unity shouldn't cause any issues. It's purpose for being is to allow people to create software to sell/distribute. And I'm pretty sure their physics engine wasn't built by them form the ground up as is. Can't remember where they got it from but I remember trying to deal with a bouncing issue and discovering that it was part of the physics engine they were using (yep, Unity user here). And Unity does has a free download version, so if it required Unity, that wouldn't be an issue. That being said his interface looks nothing like Unity.
Yeah...iirc it's only when they want to sell at a certain level that money becomes involved in using it. They designed it to make it easy for indie game makers to use.
He said he wrote his own front end. I'm assuming that's what he meant.