Epic Games’ Unreal Studio Launched in Reality!

Epic Games, the developers of Unreal Engine, has launched a new product called Unreal Studio on March 6th. Unreal Studio is to help designers with a more user-friendly way to produce photo-realistic content and accelerate their workflow.

The event was hosted by Groupe Média TFO, Canadian broadcaster, and the talks was done in LUV (Virtual World Laboratory) powered by Zero Density’s Reality Virtual Studio and Augmented Reality platform.

“It was fun to talk about Unreal Engine from within Unreal Engine! Thank you Groupe Média TFO and Zero Density” said Marc Petit, General Manager, Unreal Engine Enterprise at Epic Games.

You can watch below the Experience Design event where Unreal Studio is launched.

About Groupe Média TFO

At the cutting edge of digital learning, Groupe Média TFO is an essential destination for audiences seeking innovative educational and cultural content in French. TFO serves two million students and 30,000 teachers in Ontario and Canada. Groupe Média TFO has earned two YouTube Silver Play Buttons and over 350 million views for its 21-channels network. Its content has earned various awards, from Austin to Amsterdam: Kidscreen Awards, Gémeaux Awards, Cassies, IBC Awards, SXSW Film Design Awards, and many more.

About Epic Games:

Founded in 1991, Epic Games is the creator of the Unreal, Gears of War and Infinity Blade series of games. Today Epic is building Paragon, Fortnite, SPYJiNX, BattleBreakers, RoboRecall and the new Unreal Tournament. Epic’s Unreal Engine technology brings high-fidelity, interactive experiences to PC, console, mobile, VR and the Web. Unreal Engine is freely available at unrealengine.com. For more information on the studio, visit epicgames.com and check out @EpicGames.