## WiiU`s compression strength continues from Wii at about 3 to1 per TEV

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3. WiiU`s compression strength continues from Wii at about 3 to1 per TEV

#### User Info: Infinity8378

Infinity8378
3 years ago#1
just use spherical coordinates

set sin(Alpha)sin(Beta)=the vector.
each of the 3, 11 bit vector can then be represented in digits(5bit 3 decimal places) and two of these make 10

each

R_Miku
3 years ago#2
...What?

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DiscostewSM
3 years ago#3
I don't even.
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SS4_Namreppiv
3 years ago#4
This topic is now about Oreo's and Kittens.
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DiscostewSM
3 years ago#6
Infinity8378 posted...
whops i forgot its 2 tev but you only need to know 1 vector to represent numerically

And this is discussing what? That bit of detail seems to be missing.
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#### User Info: Infinity8378

Infinity8378
3 years ago#7
just precompute trig identities and use large file sizes.

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Infinity8378
3 years ago#8
If you use more percision values it increases.

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Infinity8378
3 years ago#9
Scince the wii is a 32 bit processor, you can cast hexadecimal values stored like digits to base2 then take the 8 bits of data and get the wii to calculate 32bit values with 2 tevs. The total spherical coordinate compression would take 5 tevs with trig substitution identities but it would be high compression ratio ~3 to 1 per TEV

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Chaze_the_chat
3 years ago#10
You obviously have no idea what the **** you're talking about
Go on forums.poliwager.net because I told you to, but also because it is a fun community
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