Stalingrad VFX HD reel

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-6 1. 9grovere commented 6 years ago

wow that should be out on xbox 1 as a game
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+10 2. therob42 commented 6 years ago

Breath taking, I think it is safe to say that graphically we have come a long way since the first Tron and the Last Star fighter. (showing my age there)
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+4 3. DoniLanca commented 6 years ago

Pure awesomeness it is!
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+4 4. MindTrick commented 6 years ago

Im curious how many years away we are from playing games in this kinda graphics. I hope i live to see photo-realistic and realtime graphics.
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+8 5. Gorf commented 5 years ago

Am I the only one who thinks this looks more like game graphics* than feature film CGI?

* Admittedly, very good graphics
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0 6. schlafanzyk commented 5 years ago

#5 That's not really a fair statement, because video games have taken so many cues from blockbuster movie FX that now movies begin to look video-game-ish. I get your point, but this is beyond anything that we will (probably ever) see in games, at least anytime soon. Computers just don't get that much faster at some point because of nano-chip production yield limits and upscaling is not a viable option. Nobody wants a dedicated hardware room at home just to play high end games... or even just a big desktop tower.
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+1 7. spynode commented 5 years ago

#6 Modern game graphics are actually not that far from what we can see in this video. It won't be very long before we see games with even better graphics. Honestly, these are not best movie effects ever produced. They are great but not 100% indistinguishable from real footage, what is done in some movies, however.
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+3 8. LightAng3l commented 5 years ago

#7 you have no idea what you are talking about.... that volumetric smoke FX and combustion FX CANNOT be rendered in realtime by any video card GPU in the world.

What you are seeing here is rendered by dozens of powerful computers and it probably takes them tens of seconds to render a single frame. There is no way you can achieve this at 30/60 FPS on a single device anytime soon.