Tech video showing the Euphoria physics engine.
This could create some insanely funny moments with pedestrians!
You took the story from me by seconds. Anyways, nice balancing act in the video.
nothing that i never seen in crackdown.
i don`t even think you own or have played a 360. or crackdown.
look at my gamer tag idiot...lol the truth dose hurt dosent it.
There is a bill board in the Volk from Crack down that you can throw [Pedestrian filled cars on to. They just sit there screaming. Once I stacked like 20 cars full of people then chucked them a rocket. Good times.
I remember them showing this engine a while ago too. I think for the Star Wars and Indiana Jones games. It's kind of cool, because the animation and AI are linked together, so that you don't have to script reactions to every little thing. Should be impressive. Not a fan of GTA games, but I could see how this would expand upon the world and gameplay.
This is nothing new at all. This video has been out for months (mayby even over a year), and has nothing to do with GTA IV, and has been readily availible on Natural Motions website for ages. I am surprised this got through.
I've seen them show the engine before a while ago, like you said, but this is the first time I've seen this specific presentation.
I believe Rockstar has licensed the Euphoria engine, that's why everyone is talking GTA IV.
you can download the trial version off their site.
The Michelin tire guy, has he gone on a diet?
It is a presentation of Euphoria which will be used to make some cool on-the-fly dynamic motion stunts for GTA. Similar to "endorphin" which is widely used in tv commercials and movies for CG stunts. You guys should check endorphin demoreel instead, that is kinda impressive. If euphoria can offer anything similar then things will be great :) Get it from http://www.naturalmotion.co...
That is some pretty impressive balancing. Not scripted of any kind? Me like!
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