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ITEC 2019: TrianGraphics spreads its 3D wings

16th May 2019 - 12:45 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Stockholm


Epic Games has added another string to its bow with database specialists TrianGraphics now offering export of its Trian3DBuilder straight into the game engine, Unreal Engine.

The Trian3DBuilder capability follows other exported databases from amongst others, ESRI, Presagis and Open Street Map.

‘We are extremely pleased with this new capability provided by TrianGraphics,’ said Sebastien Loze, manager, industries and simulations at Epic Games, ‘as it offers developers new opportunities.’

Epic Games’ business is divided into two main streams: the publishing side of the business focuses on video games, primarily the collaborative game, Fortnite, that currently has around 250 million subscribers.

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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