Daiki Taniguchi shared a couple of demos showcasing some new experiments with XR in UE5.
Research Engineer and AR enthusiast Daiki Taniguchi, a.k.a. kidachi, has recently presented a couple of new demos showcasing the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5 when it comes to mixed reality projects.
Using the engine's AR framework, the developer has managed to set up an awesome-looking ink-painting simulator that enables the user to turn real-life scenes into Splatoon arenas and cover the environment's walls, floor, and objects with colorful paints. Furthermore, the author demonstrated how artificial intelligence could be utilized to modify the environment before implementing it in XR.
Earlier, kidachi also demonstrated a neat setup for real-time 3D reconstruction of the image generated by Diffusion Model in Unreal Engine 5:
If you would like to learn more about how Unreal Engine 5 can be used for AR and XR projects, we also recommend watching the team's presentation on the topic, attached below, and checking out Unreal's official documentation.