Drive It Like It’s Hot

By: 04.08.10

This guy doesn’t even have one star yet?  Geez, run somebody over already, pansy.

Rooster Teeth wanted to see how difficult it would be to drive a real car in third-person perspective like a stolen car in Grand Theft Auto.  Rather than taking a bong hit and speculating about it for four hours like some people I am know, instead they rigged a $2,500 camera system above and behind a truck, connected to the bumper with a Z-bar and lots of duct tape (science!).  Then they blocked all the windows and put a 15″ monitor in front of the steering wheel taking a live feed from the camera, forcing the driver to use video game style third-person perspective.  Then they set it loose at a Walmart parking lot and they were still the least dangerous driver there; okay, not really.  They tested it on a closed course.  Many cones and crash dummies died on that fateful day. *tips a 40 of Valvoline*

Check the video below to see who wins science.

(contains some swearing)

[Thanks, Kotaku]

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