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submariner
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PostPosted: 2013.10.17(Thu)7:57    Post subject: virtual aquarium opinions please Reply with quote

I have been developing a virtual aquarium, but I am stuck. My goal is to make the most realistic fish movements ( many of the virtual aquariums are not that realistic) I can but I don't know fish well. Below is a link to a youtube video of a freshwater minnow swimming. If someone has the time to look at the video and let me know if it moves real or any suggestions I can do to make it move more realistic it would help a lot. if you do this please be honest even if you don't like it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBIBr2RVRj0
Thanks
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CSnyder00
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PostPosted: 2013.12.14(Sat)16:16    Post subject: Movement Reply with quote

It's okay, but fish tend to stay more level. Yours tended to nose up. The tail movement is also a little twitchy. It's more fluid in a real fish. Pectoral fins were pretty close, but when a fish suspends, they move a lot more.
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