Working architectural model of a wooden roller coaster

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+8 1. gadgetfreak commented 6 years ago

Now put a GoPro on the train! :D
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+5 2. Natan_el_Tigre commented 6 years ago

#1 And quickly, before the wife comes home and finds that in her living room! ;)
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+7 3. tomthecabinboy commented 6 years ago

Hi wife comes in and says. "Have you see the matches? I cant find a damn one!!"
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+2 4. snotraddict commented 6 years ago

Other than the squeaking, that's be kind of a relaxing sound.
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-1 5. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

It just needs some miniature screams and some miniature vomit>:)
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0 6. etplayer commented 6 years ago

Wow, it took me a bit to realize this is rendered. I thought it was initially, but it took me til I got to look at the last frame of the film to be sure. Midway through the film I thought perhaps someone just had a gimbaled camera rig set up. Looking at it, I thought that they had used HO gauge train track, which, would make sense for a project like this.

BUT,

If you look *very* carefully at each tie and where it intersects on the rail, you can see there's generally going to be something that (like a spike or metal fingers) that holds them together. This has been modeled, but if you look at all of the ties, you'll see a graphical glitch where the modeled attachment appears over the top of the rail... That can't happen without a stopped rollercoaster train, or a derailment.