The main character of Jisuta is not the booth of the game. VR, AR, facial recognition and other more recent technology experience spaces attract audiences.
The same is true for Epic Games, which built Fort Knight in the foreground. The game was a global success, but the essence of Epic Games came from the Unreal Engine. For this reason, despite the provocations of Chris Pratt, he could not pass the demonstration, as he found the treasure chest hidden.
Seven types of demos were a bit tight to accommodate a large number of Gstar audiences but provided a variety of Epic Games technologies including VR technology, Face AR and Cross Play. Unlike the fortnightly content in which anyone can participate, access to the booth requires a simple certification process. Regular audiences can go into the official cafe or join the Unreal Engine account.
Demonstration technology is Digital Human, Real Time Ray Tracing, VR TOON, Buddy VR, Super Star Soccer, Face AR and Fort Knight Crossplay. As many new technologies that have not yet been marketed have emerged, there was no difficulty in experimenting with the personnel responsible for each device.
Real-time radius tracking is a feature that Epic Games supports via the Unreal Engine. User design is applied in real time to changes in light source, temperature, lighting angle and object size. In the past, the design modification process was greatly reduced and was used not only as a game but also as a CG technology for movies.
Digital Human is also developing a new technology that implements a graphic level close to real people. Even if the screen is enlarged, the texture is not broken, but the texture, pores and skin brightness can be confirmed. Both technologies can be operated with a touch screen without a separate input device, giving a different impression than when operated with a mouse.
RV content made with Unreal Engine attracted the attention of visitors. VR TOON, produced by TEXTILE STUDIO, has rebuilt the Internet Webtoon with VR, and the audience can experience "Let's Live" for the Earth & # 39; and & # 39; Joe's Zone & # 39; on site.
VR TOON, who I had experienced in my own experience, was able to feel the superiority of "accessibility" and "presence." With the latest technology applied, you can choose your work and listen to virtual reality devices such as internet webtoons. Since it is content that plays automatically, it is easier to watch than the existing webtoon, because it does not require a separate input device, such as a mouse and a keyboard.
It was impressive the unique sense of RV contents that seemed to shift the viewer's gaze to the worldview of the Webtoons. In particular, we embrace every part of the audience's eyes beyond the expressions of stereoscopic images as a style of Webtoons. In fact, as I put my visual and auditory awareness into the RV device, I was able to focus on Webtoon's worldview, even at the crowded booth.
In addition, Face AR, which recognizes the user's face and expresses it as a character, Buddy VR interacts with animation characters and the football superstar soccer game being produced by Unreal Engine at 9M Interactive, seems to be sufficiently content competitive.
While it's true that the Unreal Engine demo is less than Fort Knight, it's not a bad choice to switch to the Epic Games booth if you want to see the future of games and content instead of a party.