Nvidia’s Matthias Müller-Fischer has released a GDC 2013 tech demo, showcasing some impressive physics calculations and destruction effects. According to Matthias and Nvidia, this demo was running in real-time on a GTX680 with 30fps and shows off Real-Time Dynamic Fracture. It looks cool, though this technique does not currently support structures that can collapse due to their own weight. Still, Nvidia promised to support such a feature in the future. Enjoy the video after the jump!
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