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Jackass Ragdoll Physics

Some pretty cool computer graphics doing some crazy ragdoll physics from crashes.

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by yak

submitted February 5th 2007

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nice renderizations
11 years ago
thats crazy..... i wish they would make games with those kind of graffics....
11 years ago
PS3 on a HDTV Is pretty damn close.
11 years ago
Nice piece of work. Must have taken months to do
11 years ago
Interestingly, if you get the right software and plug-ins, most of the time was probably spent tweaking settings and the rendering. The rest is just goofing around to see what looks good.
11 years ago
the kick in the beggining was awkward, but everything after that was awesome
11 years ago
those guys are asking for it just standing there like jesus.
11 years ago
that was pretty fuckin entertaining
11 years ago
That's the coolest thing I've seen in a long time.
11 years ago
one enjoyed it immensely. one approves. one hopes games look like this soon to keep harry off the pot and playing with his joystick like a normal boy.
11 years ago
This looks like DX10 + PPU technology. I'ld hazard a guess that it might be a new CS engine or something? I doubt that was manually animated also, the movements are so clean I'ld say most of that was Dynamic.
11 years ago
mwha seen better.. visit http://www.naturalmotion.com/ and look at some demo's..
11 years ago
Ragdolls were cool even if their rectangular limbs were unable to be separated.
The lighting on the cars were impressive but they simply moved as though they were rectangular blocks on a frictionless surface. Not as convincing.
11 years ago
Totally. My first experience with ragdolls was the original Hitman game. Killing guys in different ways was almost a seperate game in itself.
11 years ago
God I love that song...
11 years ago
that was impressive
11 years ago
i think this is the new Unreal3 engine
11 years ago
my mom made this lol
10 years ago
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