So I have been busy adding new features and playing around with voxels, in the aftermath since my Ludum Dare game, when I initially created the voxel engine for my entry.
(My Ludum Dare 23 Entry)
I have just added support for dynamically loading and unloading chunks and also a simple fog renderer so that load popping in the distance is somewhat hidden from the player. Started using noise functionality to generate a nice flowing landscape but I need to play around with noise a bit more and get used to terrain generation before I make anything look good. (Mountains & caves! :P)
I am thinking of doing a series on creating a voxel engine and maybe posting a step by step guide/tutorial about voxel techniques to the LD site so that others might be interested in also playing around with voxels and cube worlds.