Robots Are Able To Dance Now

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0 1. Klemm commented 49 days ago

Computer graphics is so good now that i can not tell if this is real or 3d graphics.
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+1 2. Thanny commented 49 days ago

#1 No CGI here at all. If you look at the details, like shadows and reflections, you'll see it would be insanely hard to do this with CGI.

It's all real robots actually doing the moves. Pre-scripted moves, of course, but even doing that is quite difficult.
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0 3. Judge-Jake commented 49 days ago

Absolutely amazing and brilliant that Boston isn't wasting it's money getting the robots doing anything stupid :D Of course when they eventually take over, it will be video's like this that will make the so fecking mad and turn against us. >:):P
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0 4. Klemm commented 49 days ago

#2 Not a problem at all today. There are graphics cards with real-time raytracing now. For example see here (i'm sure there are even better ones today - this is more than a year old game): https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2019/08/review-control-is-remedys-best-game-yet-and-a-ray-tracing-masterpiece/
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0 5. Dennyboy commented 48 days ago

Brilliant...:D