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'Heavy Rain' game creator debuts high-tech 'Kara'
March 13, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
David Cage of video game developer Quantic Dream unveiled a new way to simultaneously capture and digitize an actor's performance -- including voice, face and body -- during a presentation Wednesday at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The innovation came in the form of a 7-minute non-interactive demonstration titled "Kara."
In the footage, which Cage said could be entirely run on a PlayStation 3, actress Valorie Curry portrays an android named Kara who gains self-awareness as she's being assembled by a squad of robotic arms. The virtual Kara emotively speaks in English, French and German, as well as sings in Japanese, as she converses with an operator who is heard but never seen.
"I think the most interesting future feature in the next-gen platforms should be meaningful content," said Cage. "Yes, technology is great and is going to be better and better, and we'll have more power until you won't be able to tell the difference between reality and virtual, but what are you going to use this technology for and what do you have to say?"
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