This is a fragment of the demo from the director of “Region No. 9” and “Robot named Chappi.”
August 18 in English-speaking Twitter there was a video with a straight-up robot walking in the backyard of an unknown house among cars. Users were amazed at how smoothly the mechanism is pushed and how “humanly” it is looked around.
— Rule 34 (@graham_haydn) August 19, 2018
“I’m getting out of this planet”
Where the hell is Sarah Connor???
— Jay Kelley (@Doctor_Hue) August 18, 2018
“Where the hell is Sarah Connor?”
Dear god no pic.twitter.com/EPcAdMAsNM
— KristapsRobinson (@CarlosDngrfield) August 19, 2018
Some people believed that a real robot was on the video, but most preferred to laugh it off.
Как только начнется массовый выпуск таких хреновин, привычный нам мир рухнет. Это неизбежно, хотя и немного пугающе. Это будущее.
— Голоса в голове (@Reg34ru) August 17, 2018
Классный экземпляр! Хочу такого — гулять с ним вечерами по ночному городу😂
— Stoyanova Tatyana (@divineeconcept5) August 18, 2018
Таких бы в пенсионный фонд,а то у нынешних часто программа сбивается)
— Нина Шадрина (@DM5eKADA5vNmpuF) August 18, 2018
In fact, the video depicts one of the robots painted for shorts directed by Neil Blomkamp (“District No. 9” and “Robot named Chappi”). For the first time this clip in his instagram was published by one of the artists as a demonstration of a computer model walk. Blomkamp also drew attention to the stricken passage and hastened to reassure users.
— Neill Blomkamp (@NeillBlomkamp) August 19, 2018
Adam – a series of short films from the studio of Neil Blomkamp, telling about humanoid robots, who are forced to wander around the cities until they run out of battery. The rollers were created on the Unity game engine using motion capture and real-time rendering technology. More information about the filming process can be learned from the video from the site .