Mixing Photogrammetry and UE4
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Mixing Photogrammetry and UE4
4 October, 2017

Have you tried mixing photogrammetry and Unreal Engine 4? How hard is it to make scanned assets work inside the Epic’s engine? Giorgio Macellari tried doing just that. The artist took 260 photos of a deer head and turned them into a nice 3D model.

Giorgio had to deal with the number of polygons, so that the model could work inside the engine. Eventually, he decreased the number from 1.000.000 to 1.800. 

Here is the final render from Sketchfab:

Did you like his experiment and the final render? Don’t forget to share your examples of mixing UE4 and photogrammetry with us!

Source: behance.net

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I didn’t get it. Where is the UE part in the whole process?