Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

Building upon our expertise of architectural visualization, we are always looking for opportunities to develop our skills further and provide our clients attractive solutions to showcase their projects in the best possible way. Naturally we see Unreal Engine as a strong tool that can further enhance the perception of architectural designs. We are currently working on a realistic interactive real time archviz experience built in Unreal Engine. While the state of the project is still a work in progress, we are thrilled to show you some previews and an insight into our processes. After our “Parisian Apartment” project, we have decided to challenge ourselves with an exterior scene, focusing on a symbiosis of architecture and nature. That’s why we picked one of our older scenes - Winter Fairytale as a basis for this project.

Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

As you can see most of the environment is already laid out, while the interior of the cabins is currently being worked on.


Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

One of many advantages of real-time interactivity is the possibility to explore different moods and lighting scenarios very fast. 

Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

Realtime adventure continues

What you see are actual screenshots from the UE4 editor. Even though there is a bit of technical overhead involved, the ability to see the scene in an “almost final” quality while being worked on, allows for faster iterations when working on materials, lighting, vegetation and mood, as opposed to offline renderers like V-Ray. While V-Ray is still our go-to rendering solution, we can’t wait to explore more of the possibilities of Unreal Engine and the world of real-time rendering.

Patrik, our VR expert
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