One teacher’s love of real-time technology has become a fountain of inspiration for his high school students, who are now building games, exploring virtual production, and creating VR pinball machines in Unreal Engine.
With more schools going remote, students no longer have access to campus computing power to complete graphics-heavy assignments. Parsec for Teams can turn your campus into a remote host, giving students the ability to access apps from home over an ordinary internet connection.
From animated cyberpunk adventures to VR learning environments—and even a mystery starring a raccoon detective—get a glimpse at some of the nearly 1,000 Epic MegaGrant recipients around the world who are making the amazing.
Shaun Foster is associate professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) School of Design. With the help of an Epic MegaGrant, Foster has launched a new Cinematography and Previsualization course and a new dynamic 16-week course for educators on the edX platform.
Are you an educator who’s currently using Unreal Engine or looking to do so in the future? Here’s everything you need to know about submitting an application for Epic MegaGrants—the $100 million fund we’ve set up to support the Unreal Engine community, open source devs, and educators.