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    Interior Archiviz

    Hi all,

    We are a little studio which focused in VR and 3d immersive archiviz. The following are sets of screenshots that captured from real time simulation scene.

    Project: A Mid-scale hotel design interior space.

    Design Style: Chinese Style.

    Model time: 7 days.

    Convert into UE4 contents: 5 days.

    Animations: 2 days.

    Plugins used: Nvidia VXGI.

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    Videos starts from here:





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    Last edited by MonkeyRED.CC; 11-07-2016, 06:49 AM. Reason: Videos Added

    #2
    Woow!

    This looks absolutely amazing... Great work

    Just a suggestion - if you can export 360 panoramas of the model, try creating a VR Tour on https://theViewer.co

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      #3
      Congratulations on a job well done. This is truly pushing the limits.
      Im interested in your thoughts about vxgi. I've made some test earlier but the framerate quickly ran really low, really low. Is it your opinion possible to make good realtime experience's and what kind off specs.

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        #4
        Some of the best stuff I've seen recently. Good job! I'm curious about your system specs and performance as well.

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          #5
          beautiful work!
          could you please please share what you're using for the floor lamp cover seen in the first image? is it subsurface shader?

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            #6
            actually, it looks incredible!
            civil engineer

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              #7
              Originally posted by KrisKarn View Post
              Woow!

              This looks absolutely amazing... Great work

              Just a suggestion - if you can export 360 panoramas of the model, try creating a VR Tour on https://theViewer.co
              Thanks,krisKarn. I'll try the VR Tour later today.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Shoppe View Post
                Congratulations on a job well done. This is truly pushing the limits.
                Im interested in your thoughts about vxgi. I've made some test earlier but the framerate quickly ran really low, really low. Is it your opinion possible to make good realtime experience's and what kind off specs.
                Hi Shoppe, I'm using the VXGI now which is the 4.13version, and the power of the my GTX Titan X is truly amazing. The fps is around 30 fps. all parameters of VXGI I'm using is just leave it's default value. One thing I really do is try the best to make the faces of the mesh in the scene as less as it could be.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Xerafel View Post
                  Some of the best stuff I've seen recently. Good job! I'm curious about your system specs and performance as well.
                  Hi Xerafel, the Gear I'm using now is GTX titan X, and the performance is about 30fps.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Tzur_H View Post
                    beautiful work!
                    could you please please share what you're using for the floor lamp cover seen in the first image? is it subsurface shader?
                    Hi Tzur_H , it's actually very simple , as you can imaging it's the subsurface shader. following is the screenshot catched from my material.Click image for larger version

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by MonkeyRED.CC View Post
                      Hi Shoppe, I'm using the VXGI now which is the 4.13version, and the power of the my GTX Titan X is truly amazing. The fps is around 30 fps. all parameters of VXGI I'm using is just leave it's default value. One thing I really do is try the best to make the faces of the mesh in the scene as less as it could be.
                      Titan x pascal? That is on my investment list this year.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Shoppe View Post
                        Titan x pascal? That is on my investment list this year.
                        Mine is the old version of titan X which includes GTX in its brand. I also add the new structured(Pascal) Titan X in my shopping list this year. )

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                          #13
                          I like it but one thing... the music is kinda.... soporific. You don't want your client to fall asleep before the end of the presentation hehe!

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                            #14
                            Fantastic work. I'd like to chat about the possibility of us working together on future projects.

                            I think the music is nice, very hotelish

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                              #15
                              Looks great, I love the organic and round shapes.

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