The Japan Institute of Science and Technology has created an incredible track from SCEE’s futuristic racing series, WipEout – along with levitating, controllable vehicles. If you watch one video today, make it this one. - PSLS
Looks amazing and very cool!
I hate to be the party pooper, but this is fake on so many levels!
Not fake. http://www.youtube.com/watc... The tech is here.
Nice and they says games are not educating.
miss spell/What is with all the disagree's?
That. Looks. Awesome. I would pay $1000 for one of those in my house.
You've got to be kidding. That's AMAZING!
Needs more missiles. But yes, awesomeness. Me wants.
this is awesome!!!!!!
Ho lee she it. It shows what kind of an age we live in where something like this can just be a cool video you watch while drinking your morning coffee when probably as little as fifty years ago this would be Earth shattering front page news.
Holy crap... that is amazing. Floating cars in my lifetime? Check!
Turn off pilot assist you noobs! :D but seriously thats pretty sweet
Whhhhat?? How is this possible?!? This is some crazy sh*t. It's witchcraft I tells yah!
Im afraid it's fake and probably a viral for 2048. @1.14 you can see the yellow ship's nitrogen trail through the track as it comes around. (EDIT, watching closely the smoke is visible in a lot of areas. the CGI is actually quite sloppy) The technology exists though and I don't see why this would not be possble with a little perseverance. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
I knew something didn't look right about the video. As realistic as this CG video may look, there's still something slightly off on how things move compared to real life.
Ah man, why do you have to be such a party pooper. Now my dreams of a hoverboard is slipping away again.
Thats some pretty bad stop motion animation. Shame as it's a nice concept.
WoW...just Wow,...If ever this becomes a retail item, I WANT!!
I'd pay good money for it, yeah
So, just 30 or so more years...
Yeah this is fabricated using motion tracking. Telltale signs are the lighting and color of both the track and the cars. In fact, at 1:08, the cars actually clip through each-other. Cool idea though.
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