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(Kotaku)   YouTuber takes advantage of empty Shibuya streets to do a live-action open-world recreation that pays tribute to Grand Theft Auto, Yakuza, and Metal Gear Solid   (kotaku.com) divider line
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724 clicks; posted to Fandom » on 06 Aug 2020 at 3:31 PM (16 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-08-06 1:43:14 PM  
That was great! He got the body movements down quite well and whoever was working the drone as the 3rd person camera was definitely skilled as well.
Makes me think of an idea I've always wanted to see come to fruition: develop some sort of tracker you can place on your back and have a drone track that spot autonomously and follow you around while you are wearing a VR headset streaming the video feed from the drone so you can play the game of life from a 3rd person perspective. Does such a tech already exist?
 
2020-08-06 3:13:50 PM  
This one was fun too:
GTA VR (ft. Steven Ogg)
Youtube hsaLDnl_fEs

/Chapelle also did a GTA IRL parody years ago that was funny
 
2020-08-06 3:54:22 PM  
Chappelle's Show "My whole life's like Vice City" skit
Youtube BlJc94DfhFQ
 
2020-08-06 4:04:05 PM  

WoolyManwich: That was great! He got the body movements down quite well and whoever was working the drone as the 3rd person camera was definitely skilled as well.
Makes me think of an idea I've always wanted to see come to fruition: develop some sort of tracker you can place on your back and have a drone track that spot autonomously and follow you around while you are wearing a VR headset streaming the video feed from the drone so you can play the game of life from a 3rd person perspective. Does such a tech already exist?


Not sure about the tech.

But it can be done by taking the right blend of chemicals
 
2020-08-06 4:11:32 PM  

WoolyManwich: That was great! He got the body movements down quite well and whoever was working the drone as the 3rd person camera was definitely skilled as well.
Makes me think of an idea I've always wanted to see come to fruition: develop some sort of tracker you can place on your back and have a drone track that spot autonomously and follow you around while you are wearing a VR headset streaming the video feed from the drone so you can play the game of life from a 3rd person perspective. Does such a tech already exist?


not impressed

if he doesn't follow my joystick movements.
 
2020-08-06 8:58:56 PM  

WoolyManwich: That was great! He got the body movements down quite well and whoever was working the drone as the 3rd person camera was definitely skilled as well.
Makes me think of an idea I've always wanted to see come to fruition: develop some sort of tracker you can place on your back and have a drone track that spot autonomously and follow you around while you are wearing a VR headset streaming the video feed from the drone so you can play the game of life from a 3rd person perspective. Does such a tech already exist?


The drone thing has been around for a while.
 
2020-08-06 9:26:11 PM  
Looking forward to Free Guy.

Free Guy | Official Trailer | 20th Century FOX
Youtube X2m-08cOAbc
 
2020-08-07 6:29:48 AM  
That was pretty cool. That city looked eerily computer generated.
How did he get away with running around a still slightly populated city centre waving a gun around?
Even if just a prop, that..that would not be a good idea over here.
 
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