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Quantic Dream Kara engine shown at GDC (video)

Posted on Wednesday, March 14 2012 @ 10:22:27 CET by

Hexus came across a video that shows off the capabilities of "Kara", a new game engine from Quantic Dreams, the developers of Heavy Rain and Fahrenheit. The demo was rendered in real-time on a PlayStation 3.
The demonstration focused on the firm's new 'performance-capture' technology, which, unlike many traditional approaches allows Quantic to record both face and body movements alongside an actor's voice, providing natural and consistent character performances. In the above demonstration, the actress, Valorie Curry, had to wear 90 sensors on her face, as opposed to the techniques in the film, Avatar, which Quantic was attempting to mimic, which required actors to wear head-mounted cameras.



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