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WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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And another childhood memory :roll: :


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Re: WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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How does that mind of yours work?

And this is all rendered inside of Fusion?

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Re: WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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I guess I could answer by saying: for somebody who spends this much time on the forum I'm surprised you don't know, Sander :mrgreen:

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Re: WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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I'm still a bit confused about the whole DCTL thing, so I still have trouble imagining this being possible.

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Re: WebGL to DCTl: Lego

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I am also always amazed at the possibilities that arise from using DCTL. There are a few limitations and a few mysteries :roll: , but it's so easy to build these shadertoys into a fuse.