Bad lighting can completely change the way we interact with our environment, and can even affect our mental and physical health. Luckily, Muhammad Hegazy, architect and researcher at Osaka University, has a solution.
When AVSimulation set out to improve SCANeR, their all-purpose automotive simulator software, they chose to convert it to an Unreal Engine platform. The shift enabled them to improve the software’s flexibility, modularity, and realism while also providing customers with a slew of new options.
When EDAG needed a way to reach a wider audience with its next-generation autonomous vehicle, it built a virtual showroom in Unreal Engine that could be used both to showcase the concept to prospective clients and to create a wealth of marketing videos and imagery.
Beyond what we see, real-time technology can be used to enhance what we hear. Forward-thinking organizations are leveraging Unreal Engine to create real-time audio experiences and visualizations that can improve urban planning processes and help design buildings with acoustics in mind.
From driving simulators for more accurate design review to high-fidelity visualizations that help clients better understand proposed works, real-time tools are transforming traditional workflows on infrastructure projects at Arup.
After leveraging Unreal Engine across the architectural lifecycle to prove ideas, review projects with clients, deliver multi-format marketing materials, and walk stakeholders through designs in VR, AHMM reports significant return on investment.
Real-time technology is transforming the traditional process of ergonomics testing in the automotive industry. Find out how Toyota is harnessing the power of Unreal Engine to validate designs faster and at lower cost.
Engineering consultancy AFRY is using real-time technology and big data to power interactive rail network design. The award-winning company is harnessing the power of geographic information system (GIS) data relating to the local landscape and archaeology to inform decisions.
CAD drawings for construction and engineering can easily become too large and complex for real-time rendering, but optimization is tedious and time-consuming. Enter Meshmatic, an automated solution for CAD cleanup.
Groupe Legendre rapidly creates VR walkthroughs to show designs to clients and get feedback for engineers. Find out how they generate immersive archvis experiences in just a couple of days by importing Revit files with Datasmith.
How do you convince a client in Norway to buy a home in Spain that hasn’t been built yet? AEDAS Homes found an innovative solution using Unreal Engine and Brainstorm’s InfinitySet that brings both their homes and their real-estate advisors to their clients, no matter where they are.
Architecture giant HOK aggregates CAD data from multiple sources in Unreal Engine and iterates from there, giving them dynamic content that communicates the space to clients with stunning real-time visuals.
When infrastructure solutions powerhouse HNTB needed to spend less time creating visualizations, and at the same time, offer more compelling, deal-making experiences to their prospects, they turned to Unreal Engine. Find out why.
How does the world’s largest furniture manufacturer help customers visualize their new-look office spaces? Find out how Unreal Engine delivers the visual quality they demand with the speed and versatility they need.
With AVALON, an immersive visualization CAVE installed at their headquarters, Reynaers Aluminium has created a way for architects, clients, and investors to virtually visit a newly-designed space and engage in natural discussion for the ultimate collaborative experience.
Who says accounting has to be dull? Christopher Commin, a chartered accountant and avid gamer, found an innovative use for Unreal Engine—creating a space where users can explore and interact with financial data.
”Datasmith for SketchUp was the missing piece.” Learn how architecture firm Turner Fleischer has implemented Datasmith to bring life and character to static SketchUp models, and engaged their clients using interactive media generated with Unreal Engine.
When Intel set out to prove the Intel® Core™ i7 and i9 processors for virtual reality, they went big—as big as an arena. The result was a fully detailed structure with a playing court, seating, and thousands of unique animated fans, powered by Unreal Engine.
It’s amazing how much time it can save you.” When architect Pawel Mielnik tried Unreal Studio for the first time, he found a faster, more intuitive workflow. That, and his first effort placed as a finalist in a contest against imagery from offline renderers.
The colorful and unconventional favelas of Brazil inspired designer Matthias Buehler of urban planning consultancy firm vrbn.io to create a scale model of a fictional favela with Esri’s CityEngine urban planning software.