GPU-accelerated dismemberment demo: 10,000 zombies in a giant blender


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/11/16/accelerated-dismemberment.html


#2

Next up they need to calculate the cadaver collision, so that corpses build up in piles a barbarian hero could pose atop.


#3

Just in case that wasn’t apocalyptic enough for you…


#4

Let’s talk for a moment about the ones that got slashed in the legs/feet and immediately had their heads pop off, shall we?


#5

Hydrostatic Shock!

(Hmmm, band name?)


#6

This is not a wonderful thing.


#7

Must have used Blender.org


#8

Just found myself laughing fit to bust while watching this. I think there’s something wrong with me today…


#9

That was either surprisingly boring, or I’m surprisingly desensitized.


#10

Worst smoothie ever! Would not buy again.


#11

…causes irresistible thirst for brains.


#12

I just hope they didn’t show any breasts.

'Cause that would be bad.

Can’t have kids seeing that.


#13

Au contraire! This is a most wondrous thing.


#14

Wouldn’t 10K zombies clog up the blender?


#15

I’m reminded of Peter Jackson’s finest film…


#16

While I never questioned the motivation for Santas and penguins to wage war, I do wonder how this blade apparatus is powered, and maintains velocity. Underground millworks fed by a river? Sorcery?


#17

Surprisingly strongly disappointed by the failure for zombie bits to accumulate. Saw (literal) tons of zombies get cut, but no pile of flesh ever formed.


#18

what the hell did I just watch, it was awesome?


#19

And what are the Zombies’ victory conditions? Can they even damage that flail?

If they had any brains, they’d post a big sign “LEEV ALOON!” and call it a day.


#20

It’s probably powered by a hallway of zombies pushing their way to the surface so they can have their turn at the blades.