13 thoughts on “Project Stream compared to a console

  • October 20, 2018 at 7:43 pm
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    could this be a way for a PC gamer (me) to play RDR2?? any ideas if this could be possible anyone..? I am dying here – who knew in 2018 gamers would still be locked out of titles just because of the type of platform – device…fume. Perhaps this streaming doo-hiky might be a way round this.

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  • October 20, 2018 at 7:43 pm
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    Would like to see a driving game that involves google earth's API, that had additional scanning added to it with the help of drones with 3d scanners attached, to fly around to increase realism with updated data. Realtime weather patterns, photorealistic detailing to all the 3d scenery without warping any of the buildings or greenery. The ability to venture off road surfaces such as with culverts to be mindful of, and it could use a series of 4K monitors that have semi transparent monitors in front of other ones. That way when you move your head around, it tracks your movement to create a lot of 3d depth perspectives. And the physics of each vehicle chosen should be exact. Even the details of any damages, rather than experiencing the same looking scratches and dents or structural failures. Even to have a gyroscopic platform for it with hydraulics and actuators to make the driving over hills or jumps etc really shine out.
    And if to chose a self driving car, could just sit back and enjoy the view and listen to tunes.

    Remember back in the 80's there was a flying game called Mach3 that seemed to involve actual video footage of flights through a canyon scenario we'd check out at the local pool hall. Someone was always playing that. Lineups meant putting your quarter down, or you weren't waiting in line correctly. It was rather impressive for realistic scenery, especially when the other console games around it then where things like Pacman and Galaxian, Defender and its cousin Scramble etc. Arcades were groovy. We all had feathered mullets and a lot less hats, and meals were easily replaced with pizza slices and or a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos and a medium chocolate milk. Can hear that Rush – Limelight on the jukebox in the background now that it comes to mind.

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  • October 20, 2018 at 7:43 pm
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    I have the beta key for project stream but sadly my internet speed isn't good enough. Gonna try working it at work or give the key to someone with good internet speed.

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