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Procedural City
Dolejška, Daniel ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to implement configurable tool (program), which will be able to build a model of a city. The program uses OpenGL library and principles of procedural generation for model creation. The generation process itself has a number of customizable variables, which have direct impact on the visuals of the models, their complexity and size. Created models can be exported and further modified in almost any 3D graphics software.
Innovative Game Demo in Unity
Schneider, Michael ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is a development of innovative game demo in the Unity engine. In the thesis is description of the most important systems of this engine. At the same time, the development of innovative concept is described. It is implemented as a demo and implementation of it is also discussed here. Part of the demo is editor, which allows to create new levels. The innovative concept of demo is to use energy transformations to successfully solve levels.
Rigid Body Simulation
Leitner, Denis ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Chlubna, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with rigid body physics simulation in real time. It describes basic methods for collision detection between convex polyhedra, solving collisions and simulation of rigid body dynamics used in game development. Work also describes design and implementation of rigid body simulator written in C++ using OpenGL for rendering.
3D Game in Unity with Music Analysis
Petrjanoš, Jakub ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis is about music analysis and it's usage in game development in game engine Unity. With help of music analysis there is implemented path finding in procedural generated terrain. In development were used experimental methods and result is game, which generates path based on chosen song through procedural generated terrain and visualizes music.
Simulation Based Matchmaking Optimisation
Eštvan, Ivan ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on designing a working matchmaking system and simulation environment for a First Person Shooter like game and their implementation within Unreal Engine 4. It introduces various types of matchmaking systems used in today's games and explains some basic concepts used in Unreal Engine 4 to implement such environments. Implemented system then takes the input data, with information about players, creates matches by using our own matchmaking and performs a simulation of them, providing the simulation results of created matches for further analysis.
VR Innovative Game Demo in UE4
Doležal, Josef ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The task of this bachelor thesis is to create a demo application for virtual reality using Unreal engine 4. Main mechanics are gravity sfere, simulating custom gravity and mirror portals with an ability to teleport a player to a previous or any other destination. All prefabs are free to be used in another Unreal engine 4 projects.
Brittle Body Simulation
Chlubna, Tomáš ; Lysek, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
Brittle bodies differ from the rigid ones in the possibility of shattering into small pieces according to the laws of physics. The brittle body simulation therefore uses principles of a general rigid body simulation and requires solutions to the other problems related to object decomposition into fragments and involving these fragments of the original object in the simulation. Description and evaluation of the possible solutions to this problem and a proposal with a reference implementation of such simulation are the goals of this thesis.
Collision Detection Library
Chlubna, Tomáš ; Španěl, Michal (referee) ; Polok, Lukáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with the problem of detecting collisions of nontrivial polygonal models in three-dimensional space. In general, there are methods describing how to mathematically express and calculate such collisions. However, such methods are usually unsuitable for usage in information technology due to the performance and memory requirements. It is also necessary to work with the discrete time that is not present in the real world. That brings the need to implement algorithms that are not only able to detect the collisions in a specific point in time, but also to predict them according to the available data about the movement of the objects in the scene. The solution uses game development and physics simulations techniques. Therefore, this works describes some optimization techniques as well as suitable scene representation formats and GPU rendering mechanisms.

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