A collaboration with Passion Pictures, this short shows the power of Unity 4 for realtime rendering.
This is run on a Core i7 2600K, single GeForce GTX 680 graphics card.
my birthday is on September the 28th...
i accept presents earlier though.
thank you in advance Unity team :)
Ahah... :D funny and visually stunning
Wow! Hey that scene totally reminds me "Heavy Rain" (PS3) start !
(Mostly the bedroom)
SUPER VERY WELL DONE UNITE !
lol 1:01 Missing crab
On what kind of hardware was this run in real-time? Or was this just rendered with the engine at 1 or below 1 fps?
Now we are cooking with gas.... ^_^
this is realtime rendering wow.nice job with that project and i hope it has more than only 2379 views.
Wow ..that's what i call of butterfly effect!! Very nice work.
Wow. Thanks for a very funny technical demo with no military, firearms, swords, wizards or magic. Frankly, it's refreshing!
So... how does this real-time rendering work? Looks like a complete edited videoclip to me... 8)
BUT nicely done - and refreshing without heavy guns bloating about. Music is not my favorite though. Most in awe with the character animation! Good facial animation too. And all done in Unity... hmmm. Maya eat dust lol
I actually lol-ed three times when I watched the clip. It's very good. The timing of the jokes really worked well and the expression and reactions of the shocked protagonist and bystanders were well devised and animated.
I will show this to the students I have been introducing to Unity3d. It's inspirational and clearly demonstrates the power of the engine and what can be achieved with creativity and hard work.
Now I want to know what idiot left their skateboard in front of the store like that...
Great job guys.
Movie quality real time rendering.
The guys at Unity should be very proud of what they have achieved.
DO they use a cluster GPU like Unreal Engine's project samaritan or is this just a single GPU?
Nice job guys!
Really, im thinking seriously to join to he team hehe.
Im actually working on 2D engine, and soon i will work with this marvelous engine to create my 3D projects.
So, Congratulations. Show!
Before any other fools ask what rigs were used in an effort to sound like a seasoned pro, read the description.
I think it's time for a chiropractic appointment.
Or an ambulance.
Or-or a tombstone.
No, wait! Still alive!
AWESOME! AWESOME!! AWESOME!!!
Unity - No words to describe! Thanks for 3 minutes of great laugh! :)))
Muito bom adorei. :)
After watching the film and the making-of.. I'm impressed... that so many people hail this as 'great'. Me, I'm impressed that despite the fact that this is made my some of the most talented guys working in the industry today, who were also able to collaborate with the Unity and Nvidia devs, this film doesn't look anywhere near good (the artwork is shockingly ugly in fact, maybe this is the main problem.. what were they thinking?? And this is the only area where Unity is not to be blamed, clearly..). But they've also tried to render something that Unity can't render well, just to showcase that Unity.. CAN. Well, it can't. Unity works much better with stylized content, pre-baked everything.. but Unity Pro's dynamic shadowing is far from acceptable. Well, and you can't compare the realtime renderers of other, more advanced engines, to that of Unity. Which is OK, when you're an indie dev and you opt for some constant-shader-look and you fake pretty much everything. It's not OK when you render film and you use Unity's.. poor man's shading and lighting tools. Looks really ugh. For now. I hope they will invest in some RnD and implement some better dynamic rendering options, like dynamic GI.. but especially quality SSAO and quality shadows!!..