Belinda Ercan and Sam Anderson from Epic Games will provide an overview of Twinmotion in the workshop, as well as giving practical advice and sharing tips and tricks for using the visualisation software.
Workshop takes place at 2:00pm on 5 August
The workshop, which takes place at 2:00pm London time on 5 August, will be moderated by Dezeen’s chief content officer Benedict Hobson.
There will be a Q&A session for attendees to ask the speakers questions at the end of the webinar.
Twinmotion is an architectural visualisation tool powered by Unreal Engine, which is a game engine developed by Epic Games.
It enables architects and designers to quickly and easily create high-quality images, panoramas, fly-throughs and animations of products, buildings, cities and even entire landscapes. It can be used to produce standard or 360° VR videos from imported BIM or CAD models.
Entrants will need to use the tool to enter Dezeen’s Redesign the World competition, which Dezeen launched earlier this week in partnership with Epic Games. They can download a free trial of the software in order to do so.
Ercan is a product marketing manager for Twinmotion at Epic Games.
She has a master’s degree in architecture and digital design, with focus on 3D visualisation, and has previously worked as a visualiser for HLM Architects and visualisation product manager Graphisoft.
Ercan will also be on the judging panel for the Redesign the World competition.
Anderson is a technical marketing manager at Epic Games.
A designer and 3D artist based in New York City and Los Angeles, she has a focus in real-time rendering.
Anderson was previously a visualisation specialist at SHoP Architects, where she focused on research and development, promoting the use of real-time technology to improve design processes.
Redesign the World is the ultimate design competition, which calls for new ideas to rethink planet Earth to ensure it remains habitable long into the future.
It is free to enter and has a top prize of £5,000 and total prize money of £15,000. People over the age of 18 of any profession and from any country in the world can enter.
The 15 best proposals will be published on Dezeen in November during our Dezeen 15 online festival celebrating Dezeen’s 15th anniversary.
Find out more about the competition at dezeen.com/redesigntheworld.
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