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Surf News | SurferToday.com
  Updated Fri, 17 Aug 2018 00:26:48 +0000
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KFC launches surfboard and surf wax with a chicken twist
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/kfcsurfgear.jpg" /></p><h2>Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) called it "The Harland." It is a surfboard. With the company's logo on it.</h2>
<p>There's only one in the world, and it's been sold for $3,000. Wait: why would anyone buy a surfboard with Colonel Harland David Sanders' face printed all over the board. Has the world gone mad?<br /> <br />Fortunately, there's a good reason why someone was willing to pay a small fortune for such an uncool, kook-style surfboard that won't look good in Australia's busiest line-ups.</p><div class="feedflare">
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Virtual Surfing: the game that promises realistic waves
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/virtualsurfinggame.jpg" /></p><h2>Virtual Surfing is a surfing simulation that features impressive 3D breaking waves with ultra-realistic lighting, and real-time foam generation and water splash effects.</h2>
<p>The surf game is discreetly being developed by Vincent Galioit, CEO of Waveor, in Regensburg, a landlocked city located in the southeast of Germany.</p>
<p>That said, yes it is an independent production, but that doesn't mean we won't be surprised by a pleasant result.</p>
<p>The stakes are high, though. <a title="The history of the surfing games" href="https://www.surfertoday.com/surfing/6420-the-history-of-the-surfing-games"><strong>Surfing video games</strong></a> have always suffered from a chronic problem: they have never been realistic enough.</p>
<p>Despite the efforts seen in some of the best titles like Kelly Slater' Pro Surfer, Transworld Surf, and more recently, Surf World Series, it never truly felt we were actually riding a wave on a computer or video game console.</p>
<p>The founder of Waveor wants to help change things and hopes that his passion and professional experience can finally lead to an improvement of the <em>status quo</em>.</p>
<p>"I've been surfing for about 23 years now. I studied physics and had the opportunity to create an IT business soon after my studies. I started developing wave simulations very early because I wanted to bring the sensation of a tube ride to my living room," Vincent Galioit tells SurferToday.</p>
<h3><strong>The Power of the Quantum Engine</strong></h3>
<p>Waveor uses a complex digital wave riding formula - named Quantum Engine - to deliver highly entertaining interactive graphics and near-perfect physics simulations.</p>
<p>"At the moment, several physicists with profound programming skills are working on our software. We try to create graphics that especially concerning complex water phenomena are more realistic than what you can find in games today, and also concerning the interactions of objects with the water play an important role at our company," notes Galioit.</p>
<p>"With these two innovations, we hope that we can create a dream surfing game where the player can discover the surfing world. We also give our best to produce realistic surroundings that make the surf spots of this planet even more special, like the amazing scenery of Teahupoo."</p>
<p>Judging by the footage, Virtual Surfing opens a new door of possibilities for surfing games, and console video games involving water sports.</p>
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<p><br />Actually, in some cases, the differences between the game's graphics and real first-person-view footage are almost unnoticeable.</p>
<p>Quantum Engine allows the creation of vast open ocean scenarios, and when surfboards are introduced in the waves, we get a realistic behavior.</p>
<p>"For the first time in a video game, the player will be able to control a surfboard according to the laws of physics and enjoy complex geometry and lighting on the water surface of a breaking wave in real-time," Waveor stresses.</p>
<p>"Quantum Engine accelerates any 3D model authentically using forces arising from the ocean and other variables like weights and motors. This allows creating games, simulations, and movies that are physically complex and graphically overwhelming."</p>
<p>In other words, the team behind Virtual Surfing is now able to simulate the interactions of the ocean waves with the bathymetry of a specific surf spot.</p>
<h3><strong>Success is in the Detail</strong></h3>
<p>The German video game developer released preview footage of a Virtual Surfing session in Tahiti's Teahupoo. The best part is, without a doubt, the interaction between the surfer and the wave - it looks promising.</p>
<p>There's still a lot to be done, especially when it comes to improving the area where the lip of the wave hits the flats, the transparency of the water, and the foam that is generated after the interaction between the surfboard and the surface of the water.</p>
<p>Also, the game should improve the overall realism of the ride, the looks of the surfers, and the surrounding environment, which should naturally include a good-looking shoreline, landmarks, and urban areas.</p>
<p>Waveor says that the final version of the game will allow players to surf famous breaks in Australia, USA, Tahiti, and other locations.</p>
<p>"We believe this is the new dimension of realism when it comes to real-time ocean rendering and simulation. The game will simulate the thickness and size of the wave, but also the breaking speed in different sections, which will give a lot of realism and challenge," Waveor adds.</p>
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<p>Players will be able to control the surfboard to perform classic surfing maneuvers like aerials, carves, cutbacks, and tube rides.</p>
<p>All movements are simulated, not animated. Players can play the game in a freestyle, third-person-inspired view mode.</p>
<p>"It's more like a free cam, that you can turn around the surfer with zoom - a third-person view, but a very free one - and a tube cam that will stay in the barrel, but is also controllable. There might be additional cams though," adds the CEO of Waveor.</p>
<p>"Overall you could just say, that there will be different highly adjustable views, which is another benefit over fixed cameras, that can be found in many surfing games."</p>
<p>The majority of comments made on the company's YouTube channel are positive and constructive, and Waveor is using feedback to improve the game's feel and look.</p>
<p>Virtual Surfing is scheduled to launch by Christmas 2018. It will be released for PC, and later ported to other video gaming console systems.</p>
<p>Later, Waveor plans to release a virtual reality edition with full in-wave immersion and an entirely different gameplay.</p>
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Foil surfer crosses a 19th-century French aqueduct
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/philippecaneri.jpg" /></p><h2><a title="The beginners' guide to foil surfing" href="https://www.surfertoday.com/surfing/14093-the-beginners-guide-to-foil-surfing">Foil surfing</a> is changing the way people can get access to previously inaccessible areas in all types of bodies of water.</h2>
<p>The hydrofoil changed the classic surfing paradigm that tells us that we need waves to glide across oceans, rivers and indoor pools. That's not the case anymore.</p>
<p>Horue is a French water sports company that has been focusing their time and effort on everything related to foils - boards, sails, spare parts, and wings.</p><div class="feedflare">
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Josh Kerr shines at 2018 Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/joshkerr20.jpg" /></p><h2>Josh Ker claimed the 2018 Four Seasons Maldives Surfing Champions Trophy at Kuda Huraa.</h2>
<p>The Australian is the first surfer to ever win all three divisions at this specialty event sanctioned by the World Surf League (WSL).</p>
<p>Kerr kicked off his campaign in the Maldives beating former fellow Dream Tour surfer C.J. Hobgood and winning the single fin contest, in four-to-six-foot waves. He even landed an air-reverse.</p><div class="feedflare">
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Tipi Jabrik conquers the 2018 Quiksilver Uluwatu Challenge
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/tipijabrik.jpg" /></p><h2>Tipi Jabrik has taken out the 2018 Quiksilver Uluwatu Challenge, in Bali, Indonesia.</h2>
<p>The event raises awareness about Bali's environmental challenges and funds for Project Clean Uluwatu. This year, the organization brought Jeff Hakman, also known as Mr. Sunset, back to Uluwatu for the first since 1975.</p>
<p>All surfers witnessed epic conditions with the iconic left-hand reef break delivering waves in the 15-foot range. For many, the sixth edition of the Uluwatu Challenge was the best ever.</p><div class="feedflare">
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Surfing with breast implants: Pre and post-operative recommendations
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/surfwoman.jpg" /></p><h2>Plastic surgery has become a common way of improving self-esteem, contributing to the well being and overall happiness.</h2>
<p>The practice has been steadily increasing throughout the last decades, both in number and safety of available procedures. Breast augmentation with implants is amongst the most frequent surgeries performed in female patients.</p>
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The glossary of surfboard shaping terms
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/surfboardshapingterms.jpg" /></p><h2>Surfboard shaping is a sophisticated art that involves science, creativity, and experimentation.</h2>
<p>Are you getting ready to <a title="How to shape a surfboard" href="https://www.surfertoday.com/surfing/8196-how-to-shape-a-surfboard"><strong>shape your first surfboard</strong></a>? There are thousands of possible winning combinations when crafting wave riding vehicles.</p>
<p>If you're into the science of surfboards, and how they interact with the waves and the rider, then you should definitely master some of the following concepts, techniques, and tools.</p><div class="feedflare">
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A brief history of artificial wave pools
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/modernwavepool.jpg" /></p><h2>Wave pool technology is older than you think. The art of producing artificial surf dates back to the Great Depression and has since then changed the way people ride waves.</h2>
<p>It all started in Europe, but the phenomenon has gone global. Today, you'll find man-made waves of all types, for all tastes. All you need to do is press a button or a touchscreen.</p>
<p>There are many ways of creating and mimicking an ocean wave, and that is why there are so many companies operating in the market right now. From America to Europe, and Oceania to Asia, <a title="The best surf pools, surf parks and artificial waves" href="https://www.surfertoday.com/surfing/5283-the-best-surf-parks-surf-pools-and-artificial-waves"><strong>each system</strong></a> has its pros and cons.</p><div class="feedflare">
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"Olas X" depicts Pascuales at its best
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Description: <p><img src="https://www.surfertoday.com/images/stories/olasx.jpg" /></p><h2>An independent action sports filmmaker traveled to Mexico to shoot a short film on the interaction between surfing and technology.</h2>
<p>Everything in "Olas X" is adorable. The choice of black and white, the electronic music, and the high-tech graphs add a technological to the big waves of Pascuales.</p>
<p>The surf trip to Mexican waters resulted in an XXL surfing experience, with Pat Millin and Skip McCullough riding perfect left and right-hand caverns.</p><div class="feedflare">
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