Unity is releasing an impressive new tech demo called Enemies that shows what the popular game development engine is capable of.
The video opens in a stunningly realistic, ornate room before an image of a mysterious woman sitting in front of a chessboard is enlarged. The woman is presented in great detail – her hair changes in subtle ways as she moves her head, her eyes look around the room and then at the checkerboard ceilings in a surprisingly natural way, and the last close-up shot of her face looks almost as if it were a real human.
‘Enemies’ is based on action in Unity’s ‘The Heretic’ videos 2019 And the 2020, which showcased Unity’s efforts to create a realistic digital human, and all of the videos demonstrate what teams can do when using Unity to create games and animations. “How do we not only make character creation easier – but also make it easier?” Natalia Tatarchuk, Vice President of the Graphics Unit, said in an interview with the edge. The focus of the unit is to achieve “accessibility and ease of creation through [its] “To help people create interactive stories more quickly and with less complexity,” she said.
The videos also serve as a way to help show how Unity competes with Epic Games’ Unreal Engine, which is also widely used in game development. and entertainment. In addition to impressive demos, Unity has made some big acquisitions to boost its offerings, including push $1.6 billion for the Lord of the Rings VFX Maker Weta Digital.