Abandoned Spanish House Made With RealityCapture & UE5

This realistic environment was set up and lit by Sergi Marín Cantó.

Lighting Artist at Crytek Sergi Marín Cantó has unveiled Abandoned House in Granada, a highly realistic 3D recreation of a real-life building located somewhere in Granada, Spain.

Embodying "the essence of the countryside of southern Spain", the scene was set up using RealityCapture, RealityScan, Blender, and Unreal Engine 5, with the goal being to learn more about photogrammetry workflows and how to integrate them into an existing pipeline. Additionally, the creator utilized UE5's Nanite to create the assets for the scene and Lumen, which was used to set up three distinct lighting scenarios.

Here are some scanned assets close-ups:

And here's the real-life location Sergi used as the main reference and one of the sources of the scans:

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  • Anonymous user

    it looks fucking awesome!

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    Anonymous user

    ·9 months ago·

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