220w ago - Last week we profiled videos of Sony's Voice Recognition and Image Enlargement in the PS3 SDK.
Today, courtesy of DigInfo.tv (linked above) we have a video demonstrating Physics Effects from the PlayStation 3 SDK below.
To quote: "At CEDEC 2009, Sony Computer Entertainment exhibited the Physics Effects SDK. The Physics Effects SDK is a physics simulation engine optimized for the Cell Broadband Engine, which is provided as part of the PlayStation 3 SDK.
Because the Physics Effects SDK is optimized for PlayStation 3, it can do physics simulations very fast, even though they are considered to impose a very high computing load.
This could expand developers' scope to include even more complex physical phenomena and mechanisms in games."
Note: It is believed that once you download the PSN PKG file you can see it in the XMB and still (as always) have to install it.
The video does not show that, most likely because the installation would fail generating an error as it has since around the 2.4 PS3 Firmware Update. This is likely why the bubble is still around it when it's shown in the PS3 XMB.
However, the video does show the downloading of a file via PS Proxy. Feel free to comment below if anyone experiments with this further!