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Friday, August 20, 2004

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New lighting system to make games more exciting

A new automatic lighting system will speed game development and add more emotion to games.

From The Washington Times, "The Expressive Lighting Engine developed at Pennsylvania State University allows game developers to use lighting to direct the attention of players to certain characters or objects, create mood, and also provide visual depth, the researchers said."

"'ELE draws on cinematic and theatric lighting design theory and enables game designers to fully use lighting's subtle but powerful effects,' Magy Seif El-Nasr, an assistant professor at the School of of Information Sciences and Technology, said in a statement."

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