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5 Game Design Innovations from 2016 | Game Maker’s Toolkit

In order to recognise the most creative games of 2016, this video highlights five innovative ideas – from full game concepts to clever features that other developers will be pinching in a few years time.

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Further reading

Overwatch Forum – Patch Notes March 22

Gamasutra – Game Design Deep Dive: Darkest Dungeon’s Affliction System

GDC – Superhot: Game Design and Mind Control

Gamasutra – Designing the Elusive Targets system in 2016’s Hitman

Games shown in this episode (in order of appearance):

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Naughty Dog, 2016)
Titanfall 2 (Respawn Entertainment, 2016)
DOOM (id Software, 2016)
The Witness (Thekla, Inc, 2016)
Inside (Playdead, 2016)
Dishonored 2 (Arkane Studios, 2016)
Firewatch (Campo Santo, 2016)
Hue (Fiddlesticks Games, 2016)
Hyper Light Drifter (Heart Machine, 2016)
Virginia (Variable State, 2016)
Furi (The Game Bakers, 2016)
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Infinity Ward, 2016)
Overwatch (Blizzard Entertainment, 2016)
XCOM 2 (Firaxis, 2016)
Pokemon Red (Game Freak, 1996)
Darkest Dungeon (Red Hook Studios, 2016)
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Eidos Montreal, 2016)
The Walking Dead: Season One (Telltale Games, 2012)
Oxenfree (Night School Studio, 2016)
Superhot (SUPERHOT Team, 2016)
Hitman (iO Interactive, 2016)
Her Story (Sam Barlow, 2015)

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00:00 – Runaway (animeistrash)
02:43 – The Hamlet (Darkest Dungeon)
04:35 – Epiphany Fields (Oxenfree)
07:07 – Thoughts Alive (animeistrash)
08:38 – Main Theme (Hitman)
10:18 – Runaway (animeistrash)

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snowgigas: “Overwatch – Shutdown Play of the Game with Zenyatta”

Conman 262: “The Most Stupid Soldier Fail That Has Happened in My XCOM 2 Play through Ever”

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Top 10 Car Industry Innovations Coming in the Next 10 Years

Top 10 Car Industry Innovations Coming in the Next 10 Years

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6. Mercedes F 015

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is held throughout Las Vegas at the beginning of every year and is one of the biggest electronics show in the world. Companies from all over the world meet to show off their latest innovations. Car companies started coming as exhibitors about a decade ago, and this year almost every major car company showed up, including Ford, Honda, Hyundai, and Mercedes. The latter company debuted several self-driving vehicles, including the F 0158 full concept car that is a myriad of futuristic technological innovations. The car is fully autonomous and is powered, in theory, by a fuel cell hybrid powertrain for up to 684 emission free miles. The interior features a lounge style cabin with swiveling front seats that automatically turn to the optimal angle for entering and exiting the vehicle. A remarkable concept to be sure, but it will take a long time to get from being technically possible to being commercially viable. We probably won’t see the F 015 anytime soon, though it’s a safe bet that we will see self-driving vehicles in commercial use in the near future. Autonomous technology will change the way cars are used, from the way they are driven to the way they are integrated and used within society.

5. AV Road Trip

The Alliance for Transportation Innovation or ATI announced plans early this year to have a coast to coast autonomous vehicle road trip that will begin in late January in Atlanta, Georgia. Stops on the AV tour include New Orleans, Arlington Texas, Los Angeles and San Jose California. ATI hopes to bring autonomous and other innovative technologies into the transportation industry as quickly as possible to safely and efficiently deliver goods while eliminating the human errors that cause horrific and fatal accidents across the world.

4. RideTap

Developers launched a pilot for this real-time ride options app in Portland, Oregon in May of 2016. The app could offer users a list of ride options in their area, from a bus to an Uber to a bike sharing option and find them the quickest possible, or most affordable route to get the user where they need to go. The app is hoping to capitalize off of the trend of more and more young people being inclined to use public transportation or ride sharing options as opposed to owning a vehicle.

3. Robot Taxi in Paris

Sea Bubbles will be flying on the Seine River in Paris, at least for test runs this spring. A yachtsman and a Swedish windsurfer came up with this bubble shaped transportation alternative that can fit four passengers and a driver. The vehicle would be an app and work much like Uber or Lyft. So far funding has been promising as the creators have been able to raise over five hundred thousand dollars from various backers, including the French government. The boats, which look like something out of Minority Report, float two feet above the water and can reach speeds of nearly twenty miles per hour. Once the company fully develops the Sea Bubble, they hope to go to other cities like London or Geneva. The propulsion system of the craft is powered by electricity, making it zero emission and soundless. If tests go well and the company that built the Sea Bubble secures more money, we could be seeing them around the world in the future. The creators hope to come up with a viable version of the Sea Bubble that is entirely operated by a robot.

2. TomTom Go

TomTom has been making car navigation products for years, and their newest GPS device, which the company unveiled early this year is incredible. The TomTom Go has software that can be updated using Wi-Fi with no computer connectivity. The device can learn driver’s habits and predict their destinations. It becomes familiar with regularly driven commutes and can provide alternate routes based on traffic situations. They also integrate with smartphones by reading text messages out loud and allowing hands-free calling.

1. Pilotless Drone

The EHang personal minicopter is designed to transport one human being without the use of a pilot. The passenger would choose a point on a map to travel to, and the drone would comply. All that the passenger would have to do after that is sit and wait to arrive at their destination. The vehicle was unveiled early last year at CES and caused quite a stir. While experts are unsure if the vehicle and transportation system would catch on with a price tag of at least two hundred thousand dollars, the drone was given test clearance by the state of Nevada in June.
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Top 10 VFX Innovations in the 21st Century!

Last time we talked about VFX, we covered everything up to the turn of the century, where bullet time and CGI were just starting to change the game. But movies today are enhanced (or perhaps overloaded) with a amazing technologies that can bring almost anything to life. Here’s how we got here. Subscribe:

What did you think of the list? Did you agree or disagree with our choices? Do you have a pick for a so-so movie that’s elevated by amazing effects? Or a good movie ruined by bad VFX? What’s your favorite effects-laden film? What do you think we’ll see next? More 3D? 4D? Smell-o-vision? What topics would you like to see us cover on future Movie Lists?

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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
Directors: Coen Brothers
This musical’s visual effects are all in the color-correction. And the result is every bit as eye-popping as any monster movie, we think.

The Perfect Storm (2000)
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
Before The Perfect Storm, water was either droplets, or it was a mass of liquid. Computers couldn’t parse the two motion patterns… until The Perfect Storm charted a new course in effects.

The Lord of the Rings (Trilogy, 2001-2003)
Director: Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson and WETA Digital built some amazing AI, so that all those orcs, goblins, and Urok-hai could move independently, and realistically, in MASSIVE battle scenes.

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)
Directors: Hirunobu Sakaguchi, Motonori Sakakibara
Not a successful movie – but a successful use of motion capture technology… and we wouldn’t have Andy Serkis as Golum or Avatar without the early, pioneering work of this film.

The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
Directors: The Wachowskis’ movies are perhaps most iconic for the bullet time technique from the first Matrix movie, but Universal Capture, which debuted in the second film, is probably the most notable contribution to movie technology to come out to the trilogy.

The Polar Express (2004)
Director: Robert Zemeckis
The first film to use all existing motion capture technology to create fully CGI performances out of actual movements from actual actors (mostly Tom Hanks) to create all the movements in the film.

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
Director: Kerry Conran
The advent of the digital backlot – shooting live actors on mostly green- or blue-screen sets, is a fairly common occurrence today (Sin City, 300, and the Hobbit are recent examples), Sky Captain was the first film to create digital landscapes for their characters to inhabit.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)
Director: Gore Verbinski
CGI characters may have been a common occurrence by this point, but until the crew of Davy Jones’ ship walked (scuttled?) onto the screen, CGI performances and live actors had to be filmed separately. No more, thanks to ILM’s Imocap technology!

Avatar (2009)
Director: James Cameron
Of course Avatar had to make our list (James Cameron does love innovating!). It’s the culmination of pretty much every technique we’ve described so far, plus some 3D thrown in to boot! Most notably, Avatar pioneered the use of live rendering, and facial capture as large-scale set pieces were being filmed.

Gravity (2013)
Director: Alfonso Cuaròn
Even with all the advancements in creating digital objects, creating convincing light on said objects remained a challenge. Until Alfonso Cuaròn’s Gravity debuted a system where lighting was digitally calculated, and then actually projected onto actors faces.

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Mind Blowing Machines – Innovations From Some of the World’s Most Brilliant Minds – Cool Inventions

There are some mind blowing machines made by the greatest minds of humanity, here is a compilation of some of my favorites. Website:

Mind Blowing Machines and Incredible inventions featured in this video: The Monocycle, A Train Snow-blower, Helicopter Tree Trimmer, A Massive Excavator, The Hemi Air Raid Horn, Brick Paving Machine, 28 Cylinder Aircraft Engine and a Tunnel Boring Machine.

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