We’ve gotten so tired of the continuous delays with regards to the release of Gran Turismo 5 that any other news regarding the highly-anticipated racing game is becoming a welcome relief for all of us. It should become clear to us that with all these delays, when the time comes that we finally get to play GT5, it better blow our socks off. Anything less would be a major disappointment.
That being said, we’re comforted in knowing that Sony is still hard at work in incorporating some pretty nifty features, one of which is the Data Logger Visualization. If you’ve never heard of DLV, it allows gamers to personally head out to a track, shoot an in-car video of their exploits, and then upload it to the PS3 where they can compare their real-world run to a virtual run in Gran Turismo 5.
If you’re having a hard time visualizing the whole process, this video featuring the developers from Polyphony Digital should give you a clearer understanding of what the DLV feature is all about. It’s a pretty cool feature to play around with and it shows just how remarkably realistic Gran Turismo 5 really is.
Source: Gran Turismo