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A brief look at some of the fantastic, vibrant, otherworldly, and whimsical environments created by CGI and game development students using the Unreal graphics and gaming engine. Lord of Horticulture is particularly wonderful and charming.
A look at some of the natural landscapes made by YouTuber koooolalala using Unreal Engine 4. At this point Memorex should just let Epic Games use their slogan. Check out kooolalala’s YouTube and Flickr pages for more.
An amazingly gorgeous scene rendered using the same engine used in many of today’s video games. The scene was generated entirely in real time, proving that with enough hardware – and 3D artistry – movie quality animations are possible.
While this static scene of a Paris apartment isn’t exactly the most dynamic of settings, it serves as an impressive demonstration of the detail and photorealism that can be achieved with an off-the-shelf graphics engine.
While the video is a little technical, it’s still worth watching this series to check out the incredible VFX that Unreal Engine 4 is capable of, along with an appreciation for the effort that goes into creating game details we take for granted.
An eye-popping tech demo using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 that was shown off at the 2013 GDC. If next-gen games look this good, we’re definitely upgrading. Be sure to watch it in full screen 1080p if you can.