Is it worth properly finishing this?

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  04 April 2013
Is it worth properly finishing this?

Hey, we had a coding module to do for uni, this didn't end up as part of my final project, but it's something i did in my own time and thought it ended up quite cool, after initially starting out as a 2d maze

Just wondering if you think it'd be worth properly finishing it and designing a UI and stuff to post somewhere for free, I know there's not many uses for it, so dunno if anyone would want it haha


Edit: also how would I go about speeding this up a little? The above scene had around 200k cubes all keyframed, is there any way I could lessen the load on the computer with still keeping the cubes there?
Here's the biggest scene I've generated anyways, you can see how slow it makes maya run https://www.dropbox.com/s/jmrypg5vz...ion%20100x4k.7z


Last edited by JustAnotherGuy : 04 April 2013 at 09:35 PM.
 
  04 April 2013
Interesting.

I don't think you need any GUI for this as it doesn't look like an artist tool to me. If you want to continue on it and create GUI, I'd say find an actual application for it first. Maybe a procedural city populator, procedural sci-fi high rise creator, etc.
 
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