File Description: A truly massive number of chess pieces falling from the sky, pooling on a table, and rolling off the edge through the air, with full and accurate interaction between the thousands of odd shaped pieces. An brilliant demonstration, and great news for the future of 3D games.
File Description: A massive number of trash objects (cans, bottles etc) moving and spinning due to strong wind currents, then a brilliantly animated figure, walking knee deep through the trash, with perfect realtime interaction and movement of the various objects. A demonstration of things to come.
File Description: A massive number or general rubbish objects being acted on by very strong wind currents in a spiral, before sending objects flying in all directions, interacting with the world environment, then being sucked back into the spiraling wind. A very impressive demonstration of environmental interaction.
File Description: This is a demonstration of a well animated figure, walking directly through a vent of thick smoke, with the smoke interacting with the figure's body, later the figure spins in the middle of the smoke stream, his body accurately deflecting and moving the smoke. Very impressive stuff, that we could see in smoke grenades, some time soon.
File Description: This is a video demonstration of mass object interaction, powered by the ATI GPU Physics engine. A large environment is filled with assorted objects, including bowling pins, traffic cones, roof tiles, pipes and bones, and the objects are acted on by a wind vortex, which forces the objects to move with the wind currents, and to interact with eachother. A very impressive demonstration.
File Description: A series of 4 large brick walls are lined up, face to face, and are struck hard by a large steel ball, which hits them in the center, going through the bricks with a great force, making a hole, and collapsing the brick walls, scattering debris everywhere as the structures fall down. This is first from a bird's eye view, then from a 3rd person view of the steel ball, and lastly from a first person view of the steel ball.
File Description: In this demonstration, a series of brick towers are shown, then one very large tower is show, as it is shaken, and the bricks start to fall from the top, and spread at the bottom, causing the tower to collapse into a pile of bricks. Later, a steel ball strikes, and runs through a stronger brick wall, and leaves a hole and many bricks collapsed, with the wall weakened, but not destroyed.