First Sony PS3 Film: Real Time

Posted: Sep 14 2006, 10:08am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:55pm CDT, in News | Gaming


First Sony PS3 Film: Real Time
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Sony PR has produced short movies to highlight the power of the Playstation 3. The first PS3 Film is called Real Time and demonstrates the real time physics of the PS3.

The short film is visually illustrating how real life can be simulated on the PS3.

The Sony PR agency I got the tip from describes the film as follows:
"The subjects of the film are two teenage amateur lightweight boxers as they prepare for a fight. A mysterious woman’s voice commentates as the boxers size each other up before a bout of sparring. She explains the benefits of PlayStation 3’s real time technology, which is illustrated by high definition, super slo-motion footage.

In the past, gaming devices were pre-programmed – once you had worked out how to defeat them they were powerless. Using a PlayStation 3 is just like facing a human opponent. Its ability to respond makes it the most deadly competitor you will ever face."
There will be more PS3 films coming featuring a peculiar hoarder, the new craze of ‘speed stacking’, an elderly woman’s apartment exploding and extreme BMX’ing.
You can watch the first PS3 Film on the site.

I told them to increase the quality of the QuickTime stream, as especially the slomo sequences are in bad quality. They are supposed to fix this soon.

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