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DESIGNING REAL STUDIOS FOR VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE


DESIGNING REAL STUDIOS FOR VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE


One of the key tasks at TRIION Gaming is the design of VR studio environments, where every detail contributes to creating immersive virtual worlds. Today, we delve into the work and experience of Hugo Forget, Head of 3D Design, who spearheads the innovation in virtual casino architecture.


According to Hugo, the primary focus of his role is to conceptualize and develop the spatial layouts and interior aesthetics of these virtual spaces. His approach aims to achieve a harmonious blend of visual allure and technical efficiency, essential for optimal performance within Unreal Engine, the game engine of choice at TRIION Gaming.


A significant aspect of Hugo's work involves overcoming challenges to ensure that designs not only meet but exceed the high standards expected in virtual reality. He emphasizes the importance of balancing intricate details such as textures, lighting effects, and geometric precision to deliver a seamless and realistic gaming experience.


Drawing inspiration from real-world architectural achievements, Hugo adapts and refines these concepts specifically for VR casino studios. This process involves integrating architectural principles and spatial dynamics to create environments that are both captivating and functional for players.


Looking forward, Hugo envisions a future where advancements in VR technology will continue to enhance the immersive potential of virtual casino experiences. He anticipates these developments will blur the boundaries between digital entertainment and real-world luxury, setting new benchmarks in virtual reality gaming.


Leveraging his expertise in tools like Blender3D, Hugo orchestrates the creation of detailed 3D models and environments. These designs are meticulously crafted and then seamlessly imported into Unreal Engine for development, ensuring that each project not only meets but exceeds the expectations of TRIION Gaming team and gamers worldwide.


DESIGNING REAL STUDIOS FOR VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE

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