|Developer(s)||Novalogic, Kyle Freeman|
|Type||3D graphics engine|
Voxel Space was a voxel raster graphics rendering engine invented by Novalogic developer and vice-president of technology, Kyle Freeman. The company was issued a patent for the technology in early 2000.
The original Voxel Space engine was patented in 1996, and first released in software in the 1992 release Comanche Maximum Overkill. The engine was then revamped into Voxel Space 2, and later Voxel Space 32 and used in Armored Fist 3 and Delta Force 2.
The technology was based on that of MRI Scanners and similar technology was used in games such as Outcast. With the advance of computation power in modern computers there do exist browser based versions of similar technology based on the Voxel Space terrain rendering used in Comanche.
- Voxel Space 3D:
- Voxel Space 2:
- Voxel Space 32: 32-bit rendering, 16 million color support, 360 degrees of transformation.
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