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Netflix’s revival of the ‘Iron Chef’ competitive cooking television show enhanced by Silver Spoon’s stunning visual technology.
Latest service pack update for Vectorworks 2022 brings Unity-powered 3D model viewing to mobile and web, plus other key features.
Unreal Engine continues to increased use in broadcast animation and this latest plugin update streamlines Cinema 4D workflows.
Our Vectorworks Architect 2021 review looks into the many new features in this popular 2/3D CAD and BIM software application.
Epic has created MetaHuman Creator a new app for crafting life-like real-time animatable digital humans for Unreal Engine tools.
Theia Interactive has hired veteran 3D content produce Nimrod Friedmann. He will help expand product line globally.
Maxon gains Epic MegaGrant to help fund ongoing improvements to the integration between Unreal Engine and Maxon’s award-winning 3D animation software, Cinema 4D.
Sony has made a sizeable investment in Epic and this will enable the advancement of Unreal Engine technology and the upcoming Unreal Engine 5.
IMERZA has created a world-first XR-based digital twin for Tampa’s Water Street development, leveraging Unreal Engine at its core.
Architosh reviews Epic’s Twinmotion 2020, a leading real-time interactive photorealistic rendering application for AEC and design markets.
Along with next-gen tools, Epic announces a $1 million royalty exemption for Unreal Engine game developers and launches Epic Online Services for all game developers.
Epic Games has released the latest Unreal Engine (version 4.25) delivering on substantial new capabilities for both the gaming and professional markets.
Unreal Engine users gain invaluable assets thanks to Epic’s recent acquisition of Swedish software developer, Quixel.
Architosh kicks off our first of several Gallery articles from Autodesk University 2019 with a whole lot more to come soon!
This year in Los Angeles SIGGRAPH 2019 had an evolving twist in the format of the conference, with many more companies opting to host their wares in private rooms. Regardless, there was a slew of exciting announcements in software and hardware at the biggest computer graphics conference in the world.
Unreal materials support brings Academy-Award-winning raytracing technology to full use base; free content for current users.
GRAPHISOFT and Epic announce co-marketing agreement to bring real-time, raytracing technology to ARCHICAD 23 users in the second half of 2019.
Epic acquires Twinmotion and adds it to its Unreal Engine suite of technologies for professional markets.
New release of Unreal Engine brings many new features, including real-time ray tracing rendering, faster performance and streamlined production for both game and enterprise users.
Epic’s Unreal Engine version 4.21 is quite epic itself—massive new feature list and capabilities including those that touch on its new Unreal Studio and bring in CAD and BIM file formats.
Real-time immersion and interactive rendering are clearly heating up and Chaos’ new V-Ray for Unreal gives the leading game engine and visualization environment even more power for 3D artists across numerous industries.
Another free year of Unreal Studio will aid over one hundred thousands visualization professionals learning to use the powerful game engine for immersive 3D rendered visualization.
Epic Games has rolled out its new Unreal Engine Online Learning Platform. And it’s free to all to dive into and learn from.
Akiko Ashley covers the recent SIGGRAPH computer graphics show from Vancouver, noting the highlight announcements in 3D software and VR/AR/MR technologies along with key hardware from Nvidia.
The Unreal Game Engine gains hundreds of improvements including enterprise features that allow users to bring CAD data into the engine studio tools to bring immersive features to enterprise users.
Abvent’s new Twinmotion 2019 was released last week at AIA. Here is what is new.
Continuing our coverage from the 2018 NVIDIA GTC Conference, Akiko Ashley profiles how CannonDesign—one of the architectural presenters at the GTC—utilizes NVIDIA GPU Technology across a range of virtualized desktop infrastructure and workstations powering everything from Revit to Unreal.
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) has rapidly become a must-attend event for those on the leading edge of technology. Beyond graphics, GPUs are powering and transforming Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, VR/AR/MR (realities) across a broad array of fields.
Seamless import of V-Ray scenes into Real-Time, Ray-Traced rendering now available in Unreal Beta for Architecture, Automotive, and Design.
An Architosh round-up of some of the biggest news from the Game Developers Conference (2015) in San Francisco this past week.