Snappers Advanced Facial Rig for Maya and Unreal Engine

Adaptive rig: which allows combining any number of expressions using optimized list of blendshapes.
Real facial muscles constraints: the advanced rig logic simulates real facial muscles constraints.
Advanced skin shader (for Maya and Unreal): holds up to 16 wrinkles maps and 16 dynamic diffuse maps with micro details and pores stretching.
Easy to manipulate using facial controllers and/or GUI.
Compatible with all game engines and animation packages.
Smooth transition between all the expressions.
Adjustment layer: freeform manipulation of multiple regions of the face to create unlimited variations of the same expression.

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+3 1. swaffy commented 1 year ago

Wow all you need is a 16 core AMD Threadripper and quad GTX 1080Ti's
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+5 2. MindTrick commented 1 year ago

#1 you would be surprised how little hardware you need to run Unreal tech demos these days. If you have a decent cpu, (i.ex. Ryzen or i5/i7) and a medium gfx card, gtx1060 or above, you can run and enjoy the Unreal Engine 4. There is a lot of videos on youtube, and many of them are running on hardware like mentioned, and the results are astonishing.

youtube watch?v=WyAg0h7uxv8 this is 2 years old, but same stuff, and you see the hardware they are using in the info box below the video (just copy paste the link, as links are disabled on snotr atm)
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+2 3. torbengb commented 1 year ago

This is scary :O
Never again able to trust anything I see on a screen. Put this on a robot and I won't be able to trust what I see in front of me in the real world either.
Endless possibilities for service, for entertainment - and for evil. Westworld, anyone?
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+3 4. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

It's so realistic it almost feels like abuse. 8-)