FYI, the Agnis Philosophy Tech Demo is running on a single, Nvidia GTX680 card.
In an extensive interview with RPGSite, Yoshihisa Hashimoto said that all the parts - that have been used for running the Agnis Philosophy Tech Demo - are things readily available in the PC market right now.
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(03:55 PM EDT - Jun,28 2012 )
Download link of the executable or it didn't happen! xD
(08:19 PM EDT - Jun,28 2012 )
What's this blurry crap with a pitch black background? Rubbish if you ask me; I don't see any improvement. You see, the quality level of a few sequences (that are still-ish enough to see) can be found in a few of today's games (and more importantly, today's cards) already - if not yesterdays.
It seems to employ the same strategy as cheap Hollywood crap that cannot (or does not want to) render nice effectss: shake the camera so noone can follow how you cheat.
Put there a nice hill with grass, a few hundred trees, flowers and the wildlife to go, add a little wind and then show the action from a distance without shaking the camera. Even the weakest card can render close-ups of a few moving objects. Sparkles+physics have been around for a long time; also rendered nicely on old cards.
Show us something that actually proves that it's not just the "usual more cores, more clock speed and more memory" version of 580GTX.
And, as psolord said, release it as an EXE so anyone can move the camera where they want it on their own box.