Crysis 2 Multiplayer “PC vs Xbox360” Graphics comparison ((PROPER))

02 Jan

((PLZZ POSTS COMMENTS)) FIRST TIME ON YOUTUBE REALTIME COMPARISON SUBSCRIBE ME SUBSCRIBE ME SUBSCRIBE ME Please keep in mind: The details following details are referring to the CryEngine 3 (CE3) in general and can’t necessarily be linked with Crysis 2! At the gamescom 2010, Crytek’s field applications engineer Sean Tracy showed to PC Games Hardware a live demonstration of the CryEngine 3 in stereoscopic 3D. Of course in real time (“What You See Is What You Play”) within the poweful editor Sandbox 3. Instead of rendering each picture twice (half the framerate!) and projecting it on a dedicated 120 Hz LCD monitor, Crytek simply uses the back buffer and the depth information in the graphics card: The renderred frame is practically being cloned and the fractum shift procedure makes two out of it. Thus, on the one hand there is nearly no performance drop and on the other hand stereoscopic 3D might be possible on any display – no matter if it’s on PC or consoles. Crytek calls this technology “Screen Space Re-Projection Stereo”. Crysis 2: Technological fireworks On an XBOX 360 or a PS3, Crysis 2 runs at 1.280 x 720 (720p) without anti aliasing with 30 fps (vertically synchronised; wether double or triple buffering was enabled Sean couldn’t tell us). The CryEngine-3-maxim corresponds with what John Carmack said about the id-tech-5-engine (rage): Due to the consoles the engineers had to massively optimize the engine. Deferred lighting for example demands lots of input performance
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yt3d:enable=true Highlight of the stereoscopic 3D related companies at The Gadget Show Live 2010 event filmed in 3D using a side by side rig of two Canon 550d’s. It was an amazing show. I got a chance to speak to lots of industry insiders and 3D pros, as well as experiencing almost all of the soon available 3D TV’s, projectors and monitors. All in all, I can’t wait till Gadget Show Live 2011. For the option of choosing your preferred 3D viewing method go to the channel view page to find it just below the video ( this is a bug that Youtube has in its new look, but according to their forums, they are working on a fix for it), otherwise you can only see it in side by side cross-eyed view. Also change the resolution box to 1080p,and then immerse yourself into the 3D experience of being at the show. Rate,comment,subscribe!
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