11.28.2017

NVIDIA Edge Program Winners - November 2017

By Amanda Bott

In partnership with NVIDIA, Epic Games created the NVIDIA Edge program, through which we award high end hardware to incredible teams or individuals for creating outstanding projects in Unreal Engine. Each project will be awarded with an NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti.

This month's winners are:

Visage - SadSquare Studio

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Visage is a wonderfully creepy first-person survival/psychological horror game, developed by SadSquare Studio. The visually impressive game takes place in a large house with a dark history.

Real-time Marching Cubes - Hirofumi Seo

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Hirofumi Seo and the team at SCIEMENT created Real-time Marching Cubes, demonstrating some inspiring medical applications created within Unreal Engine. SCIEMENT also developed a  Real-Time Heart Viewer, among other enlightening projects.

PatientX: Survivalist - DualFuelStudios

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The team at DualFuelStudios is developing a gorgeous online, open-world, post-apocalyptic, survival game called PatientX: Survivalist.

The Unreal Engine community never ceases to impress us with your unending talents and ability. Thank you for sharing your incredible projects with us.

Do you have an incredible project to share with us?

Share in-engine stills or video of your stunning projects on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and mention both the Unreal Engine and NVIDIA accounts in your social media posts. We'll be on the lookout!

It is always difficult selecting only three submissions. If you’ve entered previously, but haven’t been selected thus far, we encourage you to submit again.

Good luck!

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