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 Post subject: Nick's office in 3D
PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 3:54 pm 
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Found it on my harddrive recently. This was made 2 or 3 years ago during the production of the D'ni History Puzzle. For the final project we rendered many still pictures, but later I used the geometry to make a realtime 3D version of the office. It could take a while to load for there are too many textures, and I think it may not run on every machine. You can move using the arrow keys, look around with RMB, strafe with Delete-End and even squat (PgDown-PgUp).

As a sort of credits: Patrick the Futographer was the author and the teamleader of the DHP project, some photoshop work was also done by him. Korteenea helped me with textures and she modelled some of the objects in the scene. Everything else - modelling, texures and lighting - was done by me, except for the background and the pictures you can see in various places in the room - those are the screenshots from URU. :)

Hope you'll like it.

(The file is 38 megs)
http://rapidshare.com/files/78777731/NicksOffice.exe.html


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 5:55 pm 
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It sound great.

BUT.It's telling me everytime I try to activate it that the is a problem and he can't enter the file.Something about dll file...

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:05 pm 
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Can you post the exact message? Seems like a dll is missing.


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Sorry,I kind of a...well...deleted it.I don't remember why.

And I can't download it again.I have "reached my download limit" in this site.Can you upload it anywhere else? this site is very messy.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:58 pm 
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Thanks Rusty.
I remember this one!
BTW: your file is ok.

@The stranger, please try this url :wink:


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Neet. There's so many things that are too small and far away at the same time for me to read, that I wish I could get closer to, though! :?

Overall, a really neat little environment, I like looking at all the little details that have been put into it. Really cool! 8)

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Well...my computer is set on English,but in translation (which I'm not sure it's true...):

It's telling me it "couldn't find the entrence point [email protected]@[email protected]@Z?? of the file MSVCR70.dll".Or something.And then it tells me it could not load the library.

Fix?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2007 3:42 pm 
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If you missing MSVCR70.dll you need to install NET Framework
Not sure what version you need so here are som download links (i think you need version 1.0,1.1 and 2.0 to get it to work)
NET Framework 1.0

NET Framework 1.1

NET Framwork 2.0

NET Framework 3.0

Net Framwork 3.5 Beta 2



EDIT:
I forgot the service pack
NET Framwork 1.1 Servicepack 1


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:shock: ... Wow!!! Rusty, that was a lot of fun, exploring this one... Image

That's an awesome and beautiful environment... so detailed and in so many ways
possible to examine everything... love all the surface stuff adjusted to the cavern and
D'ni in general... I'm very much impressed... In any case should Cyan implement
such environments...

And it's possible to view a lot of the documents/notes and what's written on some things
and books by adjusting the viewing angle with the right mouse along with the other keys
and a very close look... :P

Thank you very much for posting this, Rusty :D

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I still can't view it...even with the NET framework... :(

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As far as I've understood, your system's just missing the msvcr70.dll, stranger :P

I believe, copying this one to C:\windows\system32 should solve your problem

Here you can download it -> http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msvcr70

Unzip the archive directly to the above mentioned directory or unzip
it to somewhere else, as there's a readme txt file included and copy
the msvcr70.dll to that directory... Have fun... :D

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Hey guys, thanks a lot for your help and compliments! :)


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OMG!! :shock:
This is really really good Rusty!
I can't wait for fan made content of this kind of quality.. very nice job Rusty!
- FLZ

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2007 3:19 am 
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WOW! This is so clever.....I love all the subtle touches that show Nick's working connection with the cavern, ages & the cleft. This level of detail is what I'd hoped to find given a chance to visit the DRC offices. Very impressive work :D


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Nick's office is a slick piece of work that is worthy of a feature request.

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