woah awesome techdemo for ps3

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  1. rest0re
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    Damn it wants me to upgrade my flash version (not going to happen) and I am not up for a 400 meg download right now.
    Maybe I can rewrite some of the site...

    Either way it looks amazing.

    Edit: abusing the html for the more trusting among us:


    edit2: nice ftp site gave me 750kbytes/sec so I grabbed it. That was great.
     
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    saw it live on a big ass cinematic sized HD screen where it was released at breakpoint - for a first demo it was pretty decent
     
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    This is just a rendered video isn't it ?
    100% doable on a normal pc. The PS3 is not able to produce such images in realtime , at least not with KI in the background and details so far away. Still it's pretty good. The PS3 is hardcore to code for but when you finished coding you will be happy of the results. Prefer the 360 though because it's much easier to code for and the results are pretty good! Also better for porting to pc afterwards. [​IMG]
     
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    :facepalm: please do your RESEARCH before making such statements. We saw the demo live, running on a PS3. The demo was commissioned by Sony themselves.This is not a hoax or April fools, and it's the first demo to show what the PS3 can do. It also has interactive elements, which you can't see unless you were there.
     
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    IS THIS REALYL DEMOSCENE PRODUCTION?
     
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    Yes it is, by the demogroup Plastic, i wont tell the full story of this here, sekhu already told you all you need to know [​IMG]
     
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    What's so HYPED about this tech-demo / video?
     
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    btw. are you member of the razor 1911 your avatar ... cracktro ... connection [​IMG]
     
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    rest0re: no i am not a member of razor 1911, although i have freinds in the group. Our demo came in the top 5 from breakpoint 2008 and we were nominated for a scene.org award this year for which i was at the awards ceremony [​IMG]
     
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    Weirdest this I've seen since Westside. I'm confused.
     
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    farbrausch ? [​IMG]
    edit: sorry for guessing too much [​IMG] aaaaaaaaaaaaa i'm just curious
     
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    It's out finally, and i love it, the hidden part for real demosceners is pretty darn cool aswell [​IMG]
     
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    I'm not sure what I just watched.

    Was it something to display the graphical prowess?

    Was the guy controlling any of those characters?
     
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    Great tech demo. [​IMG]
    @Trulen it was to display what you could do with the ps3, not the graphics but essentially what you can make happen on it. I haven't seen the actual demonstration so I can't comment if any part was interacted with by a person.