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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:10pm 24/01/20 | 0 Comments
A cinematic short film and tech demo to showcase the Unity game engine, The Heretic is definitely impressive as both a moody sci-fi piece and potential glimpse at what game could look like in the future. With its realistic looking lead and all sorts of animation and VFX work this was all created entirely in the latest version of Unity.

It's pretty short too, running at 7 minutes, so be sure to watch it in full.


The Unity Demo team’s mission is to push the boundaries of what is visually possible with Unity. With ”The Heretic”, the team used every aspect of Unity’s High Definition Rendering Pipeline, created advanced effects with the VFX Graph, and undertook the challenge of creating a realistic digital human.

For a deeper dive into the tech behind the project, including info on the 3D and 4D scanning that went into recreating and building realistic human characters - head here.



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