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    Default Havok Physics Demonstration at IDF 2010

    Video 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qRcp2zFdxg

    A pretty awesome video has been uploaded to YouTube showing a Havok Physics demonstration that was shown at the 2010 Intel Developer Forum in San Fransisco. The video shows some nice Havok Physics based Cloth simulation and destruction physics effects. The video shows the Havok Cloth simulation with a side-by-side comparison showing what cloth on a character would look like without Havok Physics and then with Havok Physics simulation. The end of the video shows off the destruction effects where a train is shown going over a completely destructible bridge that is destroyed with a rocket launcher. Check out the video below. the second video shows the start of the demo with Cloth Physics on an Ogre like character.
    http://www.gamephys.com/2010/09/21/h...rancisco-2010/

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    that's pretty cool technology... it should really turn around fps's!

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    I just picked up a physX card it should be here today I will have to play around with some of these physX test once it's here.

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