Unite 2016: GPU instancing demo

Worked on this demo which demonstrates GPU instancing on Metal API.

Captures from my local project:

Sculpts

 

Apple WWDC 2016

Worked for Unity providing all content and the base scripting layout for Apple’s WWDC16 tessellation demo

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Local screen capture

UE4 Beach scene

Demo scene built in UE4 using some of the content I have done for some customers during the past 6 months.

Water Drops aka Lens Wetness

I remember when I created this effect in UDK for ‘The Waterfall’. I also remember the problems I had back then. But thanks to Unity and its flexibility, I have had the chance to remake it correctly. I can now defocus the effect properly, it also deals with other transparent FX and DoF. I was pretty happy with the result and found it interesting, so I have released it at the asset store.

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Asset Store

Cloth Shader for Unity

Cloth shading is a topic I have revisited over time. In January 2015 I have decided to release it to the Unity community as a Shader Forge graph at the asset store. I would be happy to see it used in your games. As you may see in the screens and video, you will be able to emulate key lighting behaviours of a wide range of fabric surfaces, from rough fabric such as towel or carpet, to silk or velvet.

 

Unite 2014

In 2014 I made two demos for Unity Technologies, both shown at Unite 2014. First one was a car rendering project, for which I have developed a layered shader to model car paint features. It consists of a metallic base, lacquer layer and one more layer on top for dirtiness.

I made this environment and material switcher app to test the shader under many different lighting situations.

Then I was asked to polish my skin rendering system for ADN. This project was also supported by Unity. I spent one month working on it at home. Once it was ready to rock, I went to Paris to meet ADN guys and get the demo done. It was an unforgettable and pleasant experience.

 

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Dave

After some years using Lee’s scan, I had the feeling that it was time to switch to another model. It wasn’t easy to find a good one so I decided to start zBrush and see what happened. I’d never tried to model a face before so it was a long process. And finally, Dave was born.

Unity – Car Rendering

References:

Unity – Skin (Texture Space Diffusion)

Texture space diffusion for Unity.

Cover

References:

Advanced Techniques for Realistic Real-Time Skin Rendering
Real-Time Approximations to Subsurface Scattering

 

UDK – Car Paint

 

Earth Rendering

Two nights of shading networks in UDK.

The Waterfall

Based on a concept by Jaime Martínez.

I decided to bring Martínez concept to life because of the potential I found on it: it was a good place to implement cool rendering features and a peaceful environment to work on.

 

Download video.

Project docs:

CinéPolis, a Cinema Browser

“Cinépolis” was my final year project (NVQ in Computer Programming, 2010-2011, Madrid).

I was aware that the final year project played a great role in displaying all that had been learnt during the computer programming studies. However, I wanted to take a step beyond, increasing my knowledge in programming and creating a final project slightly different from the others. Thus, I worked hard and I learnt WPF. After four intensive weeks, I was ready to start my project: « Cinépolis, a Cinema Browser ».

« Cinépolis » is an application that allows users to find a cinema for the movie they are looking for. The program works reading the information from an access database. When the movie is found, a list is shown. Once the movie is selected, its trailer is automatically played. The overview and the cinemas, plus some useful info, are also shown.
I built most of the controls with Expression Blend. WPF is awesome. 😀