Vitruvio 是虚幻引擎 (UE) 的插件。 它支持使用 CityEngine CGA 规则在虚幻编辑器中或运行时生成程序建筑。
Vitruvio is a plugin for Unreal Engine (UE). It enables the use of CityEngine CGA rules for the generation of procedural buildings in the Unreal Editor or at runtime.
借助 Vitruvio，游戏设计师或美术师无需离开虚幻引擎即可利用 CityEngine 的程序建模功能。 建筑物始终保持程序化，艺术家可以通过参数化界面轻松更改建筑物的高度、风格和外观。 此外，建筑物也可以在运行时生成。
作为输入，Vitruvio 需要在 CityEngine 中编写的规则包 (RPK)。 RPK 包括资产和编码架构风格的 CGA 规则文件。 下面的下载部分提供了几个 RPK 的链接，这些 RPK 可以在 Vitruvio 中开箱即用。
Vitruvio 可免费用于个人、教育和非商业用途。 商业用途需要至少一个安装在组织中的最新 CityEngine 版本的商业许可证。 除非明确允许，否则不允许再分发或提供网络服务。 有关更详细的许可信息，请参阅下面的许可部分。
With Vitruvio, game designers or artists do not have to leave the Unreal Engine to make use of the procedural modeling power of CityEngine. The buildings stay procedural all time and artists can change the height, style and appearance of buildings easily with a parametric interface. In addition, buildings can also be generated at runtime.
As input, Vitruvio requires Rule Packages (RPK) which are authored in CityEngine. An RPK includes assets and a CGA rule file which encodes an architectural style. The download section below provides links to the several RPKs which can be used out-of-the-box in Vitruvio.
Vitruvio is free for personal, educational, and non-commercial use. Commercial use requires at least one commercial license of the latest CityEngine version installed in the organization. Redistribution or web service offerings are not allowed unless expressly permitted. Please refer to the licensing section below for more detailed licensing information.
CityEngine Plugin for Unreal Engine
Vitruvio is free for personal, educational, and non-commercial use. Commercial use requires at least one commercial license of the latest CityEngine version installed in the organization. Redistribution or web service offerings are not allowed unless expressly permitted.
Vitruvio is under the same license as the included CityEngine SDK.
For questions or enquiries regarding licensing, please contact email@example.com
ESRI : ArcGIS CityEngine
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