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# 100345 10-Apr-2012 11:10
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I am currently studying for a masters thesis in Wellington NZ. I am investigation the desire to fabricate images containing ever greater levels of realism in computer games.

I have constructed some real or render tests that I would love some feedback on for my project. The images are from the real world and from the game world, you have to decide which images are from which space. 

a link to where my project information is here: 

I would really appreciate thoughts and ideas about this topic even if you are not into video games. 

any help you could give on this subject would be much appreciated. 


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  # 607359 10-Apr-2012 11:45
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Rendered - but it'd be harder to pick if the power lines didn't have kinks in them...


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  # 607366 10-Apr-2012 11:58
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That was thought provoking. There are a fair number of 'help me with my research' posts here on geekzone, every one I have seen is crap. But this is worthwhile, and I'd encourage everyone to give it a go.

Here's the clickable link:


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  # 607378 10-Apr-2012 12:26
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be nice if you could see which ones you got correct after the survey...

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  # 607381 10-Apr-2012 12:30
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Webpage errors after first page of questions.

the request or reply is too large

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  # 607389 10-Apr-2012 12:57
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BlueShift: Rendered - but it'd be harder to pick if the power lines didn't have kinks in them...
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