Adam Demo Executable and Assets Available
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Adam Demo Executable and Assets Available
2 November, 2016

Members of Unity Technologies have released character, environment, and GFX packs from the demo, as well as an executable version you can download. Adam is a true piece of art that demonstrates the potential of Unity game engine. You can read more about the demo in our interview here

Adam executable


Adam executable download (size: 3 GB; Windows DX11 only)

It is expected to run 30 fps v-synced @ 1440p on a GeForce GTX 980 and Intel Core i7.

There are two quality settings included: ‘Fantastic’ and ‘Good’. ‘Fantastic’ is the main target, intended for reasonably powerful gaming computers, whereas ‘Good’ is intended for less powerful desktops and gaming laptops. Keep in mind, though, that to preserve the look of the film, there’s no ‘low’ spec for this demo, and as such it might run slowly on older hardware or non-gaming laptops.

You can play it back as a film, pause and rotate the camera to look around (within a restricted area), and you can move light sources in real time.

Adam Asset Packages

Adam Character Pack: Adam, Guard, and Lu


Adam Character Pack: Adam, Guard, and Lu – download  (size: 876.5 MB)

This package contains re-rigged versions of Adam, Guard and Lu.

For the original film we used per-character generic rigs with a lot of prebaked animation onto bones. However, for this release we decided that the characters would be more useful to you, if we rework them with the more flexible humanoid rig – so we did. We removed the additional rigs which were functional only outside of Unity, and made a small rigging tool which tries to replicate some of Adam’s shoulders functionality.

Moreover, we replaced the original CaronteFX cloth sim we used in the demo with rigged versions of the Guard’s and Lu’s clothes, which are now being simulated in real time by Unity physics.

Adam Character Pack: Sebastian


Adam Character Pack: Sebastian – download (size: 483 MB; Windows only)

This character was not reworked: we are shipping it exactly as it was used in the Adam demo. He has a complex rig and will be more difficult to reuse without doing quite a bit of additional work on your own. However, this pack is revealing for those of you who wanted to see exactly how we set it up.

To create Sebastian’s animations, we made extensive use of the high fidelity physics simulation tool CaronteFX, which is available on the Asset Store. We have included Caronte Player in the package, so that the sample animation can play. If you want to modify the character’s animation and need to re-simulate, you need to get the actual CaronteFX tool.

Adam Interior Environment


Adam Interior Environment Pack – download (640 MB, DX11 only)

The Interior Pack gives insight into how we put together this environment. You would not want to use this approach in most game dev scenarios, but it is applicable to the production of cinematics, cutscenes, trailers.

It also comes down to choices you make when you balance your production efforts. In our case, we had chosen to invest most of our art creation efforts in other assets, such as the main characters and lighting. Considering the mood and lighting we were going for in the demo, we could get away with not perfecting the assets of the interior environment.

What made this possible, is that the desired look was created primarily with the help of shading, lighting, and post-processing features, some of which come built-in with Unity, others we created just for the Adam demo.

Adam Lighting and Volumetrics


VolumetricLighting – download (DX11 only)

We are shipping this isolated version as a more practical way to help those of you who would like to use the demo’s custom lighting and volumetrics in your own projects.

Adam Exterior Environment


Adam Exterior Environment Pack – download (size: 2.7 GB; DX11 only)

Our main focus while building this environment was on the actual camera locations shown in the main demo.

You can find more information on the packages here.

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