Unreal Engine

NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X revealed, handed to Tim Sweeney

NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X revealed, handed to Tim Sweeney

This week NVIDIA decided to reveal their next big graphics card at a press event that wasn't explicitly theirs. At the Epic Games event, with Tim Sweeney next to him, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X was revealed for the first time. This card was revealed only with the promise of the whole audience that they'd come to GTC 2015. That's NVIDIA's own graphics-centric conference that takes place later this month - we'll be there too, of course.

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Unreal Engine 4 is now free

Unreal Engine 4 is now free

This week Unreal Engine 4 became free. Free up front, that is to say - Epic Games ask that you share some of your revenue once you've made over $3,000 on whatever you make with their engine. Once you start making real cash, you'll pay a 5% fee on gross revenue. If you plan on creating software using Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't get distributed to make cash - no worries! This system competes with other big-name engines like Unity, and here the team at Epic have made a massive move toward holding their spot as a real top-tier competitor.

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Virtual Reality will “change the world”, so says Tim Sweeney

Virtual Reality will “change the world”, so says Tim Sweeney

Tim Sweeney is the founder and CEO of Epic Games, the creators of Unreal Engine gaming software. Based purely on the demonstration of the Unreal Engine 4 engine software running on the Oculus Rift DK2 and Crescent Bay, we'd say Epic Games knows exactly what's possible in the Virtual Reality universe. Sweeny himself suggests that next year is going to be a "watershed time for VR," and that we've essentially only scratched the surface of what's possible in this VR headset realm.

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Unreal Engine 4 Paris virtual tour: indistinguishable from reality

Unreal Engine 4 Paris virtual tour: indistinguishable from reality

A virtual Parisian apartment has been rendered in video form for your enjoyment this week. Not by an architecture firm, nor a home furnishings group, but by a video game developer by the name of Dereau Benoît. This short journey through a virtual space was made real with Unreal Engine 4, the latest from Epic Games in graphics engine delivery. Everything you're seeing here - modeling, texturing, lighting, and post-production - have been created with Unreal Engine by Benoît. The music you're hearing comes from Sigur Rós.

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