I'm very excited to share with you our latest unreal engine tutorial, I've been working on refining the script, recording, and editing for weeks now, to make it as easy as much as possible to be able to follow along and understand how to use it in your own projects in less than 30 minutes!!
If you're using Unreal Engine to just visualize your projects, that's great, but I believe that adding Blueprint systems on top of your creations will bring anything you visualize to life, and help you create more immersive and interactive experiences.
For architectural designers and real estate developers, I think Archviz Explorer is an amazing starting point to help people in these industries bring their ideas to life.
On another piece of news, I'd really love to invite you to our world-building and design challenge for the metaverse, where you bring your digital architecture skills to create a virtual space with beautiful aesthetics, function, and a chance to enter a new industry.
You can learn more about the challenge from here.
and if you're interested in learning more about the why and the how, you can join our free workshop on building an environment for the metaverse or watch the educational content we're creating on YouTube.
You can learn more about the workshop from here.
and you can watch world-building lessons on youtube from here
As for all links mentioned in the video
You can download Archviz Explorer from here.
You can download the Hillside Sample project from here.
If you're interested in learning about enhanced input, check out unreal documentation
Our Blueprint tutorials are on a YouTube Playlist.
Stay tuned for the next tutorial, where we'll learn how to create high-quality cinematics in Unreal Engine and streamline the process,
Really excited about the next tutorial, see you soon!