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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    We switched to Unreal, as our render engine. It totally saved us.
    Know of anyone doing medical with Unreal / Unity as the renderer? I'd love to go that route, seeing that RedShift won't ever work with Lightwave (other than exporting to another package) I don't see a ton of high quality organic things yet in Unreal, other than landscapes and hard surfaced things. I know things are getting very close!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    also check >

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/ligh...7780664661252/


    He used FG, not sure what that is ?
    1min rendertime

    yea, I assumed he meant FG final gather and QMC montecarlo, I can only assume he meant brute force (MC) and interpolated as we don't have FG,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mummyman View Post
    Know of anyone doing medical with Unreal / Unity as the renderer? I'd love to go that route, seeing that RedShift won't ever work with Lightwave (other than exporting to another package) I don't see a ton of high quality organic things yet in Unreal, other than landscapes and hard surfaced things. I know things are getting very close!
    We do arch-viz and there is a ton of info about it so it wasn't too difficult to transition. I don't know of anyone doing medical stuff. As far as organic there are children's episodic TV shows being made in Unreal now. (Zafari) If you go that route you might be elegible for a grant by Epic.
    Quote: "If you are working on an innovative enterprise project using UE4, whether a visualization, simulation, design, interactive application, or VR/MR/AR project for architecture, automotive, manufacturing, or other non-game industry, you can apply for a grant to earn funding."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danner View Post
    We do arch-viz and there is a ton of info about it so it wasn't too difficult to transition. I don't know of anyone doing medical stuff. As far as organic there are children's episodic TV shows being made in Unreal now. (Zafari) If you go that route you might be elegible for a grant by Epic.
    Quote: "If you are working on an innovative enterprise project using UE4, whether a visualization, simulation, design, interactive application, or VR/MR/AR project for architecture, automotive, manufacturing, or other non-game industry, you can apply for a grant to earn funding."
    Good to know! Thanks!

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