Exposing the World’s First Autonomous Race Car with Unreal Engine

Engineers, architects and other professionals are finding increasing value in visualization. Realistic 3D renders are a highly effective way to showcase a design, but static images may be falling out of favor. Interactive 3D experiences go one step further to bringing a design to life. Perhaps the quickest way to produce these experiences is by using a game engine. Game engines, such as Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, have stepped out of their initial domain and found a warm welcome from the architecture and engineering community. That’s because these engines offer an easy way to set up 3D environments and add custom functionality. Imagine a video game where your goal is to walk around a realistic model of a race car to study its design-press X to pop the hood or Y to ghost the chassis. Sure, it’s not Fortnite, but it’s a powerful way to serve a professional need.

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