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Mirror's Edge In Real Life

Posted on Wednesday, April 22 @ 18:39:28 PST by Duke_Ferris
If you've ever seen any parkour (aka freerunning) you know it's some pretty impressive stuff, and the inspiration for the game Mirror's Edge. Well turn that around because the game has now inspired a practitioner of the sport.

Washington freerunner Aung Zaw Oo used his substanitial skills to recreate Mirror's Edge-like scenes in real life. It's even more impressive when you realize that the camera is not strapped to his head, he's holding it in one hand while he does this.
 
EDIT: Yeah, that video doesn't play well for me either. Here's a link to a HQ version.
 

 
 


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