Physical Water Surface - Unreal Engine 4 Water Material with Buoyancy

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  1. Theokoles

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    Physical Water Surface is an easy to use and physically correct water material for Unreal Engine 4 with great runtime performance. It features a large database of wave spectra for different sea states, an automatic buoyancy system, seamless sea state transitions and extensive documentation.

    Download Physical Water Surface here!
    Read the complete documentation online before your purchase here



    Features
    • Realistic water motion: A Gerstner Waves implementation using physically correct wave spectra
    • Adaptive sea state: Water motion adapts to selected wind speed (1 m/s to 35 m/s) and fetch length (50 km to 1500 km)
    • Seamless Stea State Transitions: Beaufiful and completely smooth transitions between different sea states
    • High quality buoyancy system: Physically accurate buoyancy that sets up automatically. Floating objects can fully interact with the UE4 physics system
    • Great performance: Buoyancy is implemented in Blueprint and can be automatically nativized to C++ code (verified to work with 4.14 and higher)
    • Infinite Ocean System: The water plane translates and scales with the camera, creating the impression of an infinite ocean
    • Water Material tiles infinitely: Use the supplied water plane mesh, or apply the water material to your own mesh
    • Six example maps are included that show how all the different features work, making your first steps easy
    • A player controlled boat is included to get you started
    • NavMesh is supported and builds on the water plane
    • Complete and and extensive documentation available online before purchase here: https://wiki.unrealengine.com/Physical_Water_Surface



    Watch the Physical Water Surface trailer to see how easy it is to set up the water and buoyancy system:


    The wind speed and fetch length can be easily changed with beautiful and completely smooth transitions between different sea states:


    A player controlled boat is included:

    Check out my YouTube Channel for more videos

    For the next video I've used Physical Water Surface to improve the water shader from Vehicle Game (available for free in the Launcher). If you already have a water shader that you want to improve, you can follow the same approach. Have a look at the tutorial in the documentation for a detailed description of the steps.


    Download Physical Water Surface here!

    If you have any questions or comments, please post in this thread!
     

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