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User avatar   Crytek Staff Member Crytek Staff MemberMember since: 02.06.2004, 17:36Posts: 6696Location: Frankfurt am Main Likes: 1
 

 Post Topic: GDC: CryENGINE 2 "Streets of San Francisco" Realtime Physics
PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:00 




With the GDC in San Francisco being in full motion more and more reports about presentations from Crytek find their way into the web. One impressive realtime video has been posted by a user on GameTrailers.com which you definitely should not miss out.


Description
Quite a bit is known about the video demonstration Crytek has released at the GDC. The video is not pre-rendered and shows off the physics capabilities of the CryENGINE2 in realtime. The engine can handle several hundred "teapots" at once including dynamic shadows which you can see ingame.

The video is based on a level that has been created especially for this showcase. It also can be played live at the Crytek booth on the machines that are provided there. This provides full interaction with the level itself while the physics demonstration is proceding.


Video Demonstration
The whole playable level has been captured in realtime and was then put in the loop with a few other engine demonstrations on the big flat screen at the Crytek booth. From there it has been recorded in low/medium quality by a user from GameTrailers.com.

[gametrailers]30965[/gametrailers]



Related links:
- GDC 08: CryENGINE 2 Movies

We hope you like it! :)

-Crytek Dev Team


Alexander Marschal
Crysis2 Project Manager


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User avatar   Uber Modder Uber ModderMember since: 01.02.2008, 22:49Posts: 2272Location: Denmark Likes: 0
 

 Post Topic: RE: GDC: CryENGINE 2 "Streets of San Francisco" Realtime Phy
PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:03 
hmmm

looks amazing


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:09 
Realy realistic!
Nice work Crytek! ;)


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:09 
So cool :easter:


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:23 
nice crytek i like it

here the original tv spot from sony ^^
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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:32 
Simply amazing. it makes me feel fuzzy inside
User avatar   Uber Modder Uber ModderMember since: 29.12.2007, 12:38Posts: 1234Location: The Netherlands, Boxmeer Likes: 15
 

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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:36 
Cool the Sony Bravia commercial.

Only the sound in the video above is a bit cheesy, isn't there an original version available without the people in the background talking ?


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:39 
Dear.....god....


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:41 
Realy nice i want to play this level now! :)


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:42 
When I first watched it on the gametrailers I was like "why the fck are they showing that ad again?"


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:46 
Simply amazing. Even without all the balls or whatever bouncing around --- WOW
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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:49 
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Originally posted by bgavran3
When I first watched it on the gametrailers I was like "why the fck are they showing that ad again?"


Seriously lol, i thought "i didnt know game trailers showed adverts"

looked fantastic
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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:55 
Is that possible in Crysis then? If so i expect to see a level full of bouncing teapots soon. :tongue:


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 16:57 
Wow, I loved this recreation of that Bravia ad campaign!

I do have to say though that in order to pull off that stuff in the video you would need a supercomputer. It may be real time, but the amount of object detail shown there is next to impossible on current systems.

Unless you did some kind of magic optimization behind our backs :D


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PostPosted 22.02.2008, 17:11 
Wow.. amazing :D
I love it!
And lol @ the chicken (or whatever it is) :P


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