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Offline Sandwich

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Enterprise-D in Unreal Engine 4

If you go to the YT page for that video, in the comments I had a nice chat with the guy behind this project. Found out he would be open to assistance, so I pointed him here, but I'm not sure he made it. I'll link him here directly, but in the meantime... anyone out there know UE4, or wanna help this guy out? :)
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Re: Enterprise-D in Unreal Engine 4
Dat's pretty sweet.  :nod:

 

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Re: Enterprise-D in Unreal Engine 4
Now this is one D I would love to explore.

 
Re: Enterprise-D in Unreal Engine 4
I can't actually watch the video because I'm on Antrim coast-grade internet but some of the most fun times I had in Minecraft were ****ing around in an amazing map of the Enterprise (probably not the one you're thinking of) which had all the internal space properly planned out and packed tightly together in a way that generally meshed well with the gameplay mechanics. I've kind of wanted to see one of these bull**** crowdfunded space games properly recreate that experience ever since.
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Re: Enterprise-D in Unreal Engine 4
Here's a video from nearly a year ago showing far more of the ship:

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"...The quintessential quality of our age is that of dreams coming true. Just think of it. For centuries we have dreamt of flying; recently we made that come true: we have always hankered for speed; now we have speeds greater than we can stand: we wanted to speak to far parts of the Earth; we can: we wanted to explore the sea bottom; we have: and so  on, and so on: and, too, we wanted the power to smash our enemies utterly; we have it. If we had truly wanted peace, we should have had that as well. But true peace has never been one of the genuine dreams - we have got little further than preaching against war in order to appease our consciences. The truly wishful dreams, the many-minded dreams are now irresistible - they become facts." - 'The Outward Urge' by John Wyndham

"The very essence of tolerance rests on the fact that we have to be intolerant of intolerance. Stretching right back to Kant, through the Frankfurt School and up to today, liberalism means that we can do anything we like as long as we don't hurt others. This means that if we are tolerant of others' intolerance - especially when that intolerance is a call for genocide - then all we are doing is allowing that intolerance to flourish, and allowing the violence that will spring from that intolerance to continue unabated." - Bren Carlill