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Gaming with FME 2.0

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Back by popular demand: we’re offering another webinar on FME and gaming, with some new tips and tricks up our sleeves!

There are two different ways to interpret “Gaming with FME,” so we’re covering both of them. The first type of gaming; using FME to transform real-world data to formats understood by gaming engines like Unreal Engine or Roblox. Practically, this is a great way for businesses to further public engagement, foster conversations in a visual way, and explore their data in a virtual world.

He's also taken the power of FME and applied it to creating a phenomenal escape room and virtual booth, which we recently showcased at the Esri UC this past July. During this webinar, get a behind-the-scenes look into how these whole other worlds were created.

The second type of gaming; building your very own games with FME and using FME to run them. Over the last few years, Dmitri has built some mind-blowing games that have never been featured in a whole webinar before.

Whether you’re a N00b to FME, or having been using it for years, you’re bound to level up your skills in this webinar.

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Gaming with FME 2.0

  1. 1. Gaming with FME 2.0
  2. 2. Meet the Presenter(s) Dmitri Bagh
  3. 3. Our Mission To help you maximize the value of data.
  4. 4. Our Mission To help you maximize the value of data. While making data and jobs fun!
  5. 5. ● Gaming Engines ● Minecraft ● Browser games ● Other games ● Social event games Agenda
  6. 6. Why Gaming?
  7. 7. Practical Applications of Gaming Experience Your Data By using a game like environment, it allows you explore your data in greater detail, fully immersed.
  8. 8. Building Games with FME can Grow Your Skills Gaming might look like a lot of fun but the applications behind it are serious.
  9. 9. Let’s get started!
  10. 10. The first known FME game. August 2005
  11. 11. The first known FME game. August 2005 Nim (Bachet game)
  12. 12. Peter Segerstedt, Sweco. September 2005 FME Battleship
  13. 13. Popular Gaming Engines
  14. 14. How FME Can Help By transforming real-world data to formats understood by gaming engines.
  15. 15. Transform Any Data ● CAD ● GIS ● 2D ● 3D ● Orthos ● DEM ● And more
  16. 16. With FME You Can... ● Create or bring in, transform, repair and validate geometries ● Set or change appearances ● Generate meshes ● Create geometry definitions and instances ● Build named object hierarchies
  17. 17. FME Workspaces can be simple... or complicated... as required.
  18. 18. Example - GIS to Unreal Amache site in unreal Engine
  19. 19. Example - BIM to Unreal Video by Alexandre Roy, Veremes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZbKf9HcqPk
  20. 20. Example - Raster to Unreal Image courtesy of David Baldacchino, HOK Video, Blooper
  21. 21. Cesium for Unreal Cesium for Unreal
  22. 22. Cesium data in Unreal
  23. 23. Cesium for Unreal
  24. 24. Unreal links Your Data in Unreal: How to bring your data into real-time environments Integrate Epic Games Unreal Datasmith Using FME Preserving the History of Amache Using AR & Virtual Worlds
  25. 25. FME expands the limited set of formats understood by Roblox
  26. 26. SketchUp to Roblox
  27. 27. Q&A
  28. 28. Minecraft
  29. 29. What is a Minecraft world? For FME, itʼs a regularly spaced point cloud!
  30. 30. What is a Minecraft world? Workspace example. Easter Island
  31. 31. Examples. Geography and Natural processes Volcano
  32. 32. Examples. Human-made objects Gävle goat Surrey, BC, Canada from a point cloud Häme Castle, Hämeenlinna, Finland The Temple of Athena, Paestum
  33. 33. Examples. Port Moody
  34. 34. Minecraft links Mojang Minecraft | Data Integration for Gaming Environments How to make Minecraft worlds Geospatial and Minecraft - Why You Should Care A year of crafting worlds with FME More Minecraft resources
  35. 35. Building Games with FME
  36. 36. Browser Games. Examples Play this game Play this game
  37. 37. ● User clicks the game link ● FME workspace generates new game layout and an HTML file ● Browser opens the HTML with the new game ● HTML buttons execute workspaces (next move or new game) ● Workspaces analyse the input and the board and generate new HTML for the next move ● Browser shows the board after the next move The complexity of JavaScript required: function HumanMove(color) { window.open(" https://bluesky-safe-software.fmecloud.com/fmedatastreaming/DmitriPublic/HumanThinking.fmw ? COLORSELECTED="+color+"&FEATURETYPES=210204_f84e12cb_6345_42d6_bc38_e365973e4ae9", "_self"); } Browser Games. How they work
  38. 38. Browser games. Lessons applied Safe Software business trips
  39. 39. Blog: How to Build a Virtual Conference Booth Esri UC 2021 Virtual Booth Browser Games. In 3D, too!
  40. 40. FME World Fair 2021 Esri UC 2021 Preview
  41. 41. FME World Fair 2021 Esri UC 2021 Preview
  42. 42. Browser games. Lessons applied BIM model viewer by Dave Campanas
  43. 43. Other Games The workspaces are yours! Christmas is coming!
  44. 44. Event Games
  45. 45. World Tour games WT2014 Interactive quiz via email WT2016 What3Words motto WT2017 Think like a machine WT2018 Fun with Flags WT2019 Object Detection WF2021 Escape Room
  46. 46. FMEUC 2017 Virtual Reality Contest ● Every attendee got a Lizard VR Cardboard ● Clue stations were placed around the venue and posted on social media ● Clues were hidden in a 360 degree VR scene ● Each clue entered through a special form revealed a piece of a puzzle ● The complete puzzle gave attendees a prize ● An extra challenge gave even bigger prize
  47. 47. Lizard VR Cardboard and Clue Station
  48. 48. Assembling Puzzle
  49. 49. The final challenge. Steganography
  50. 50. Improve engagement with your audience through games! Whether you’re using FME to connect to gaming engines, or building your own games with FME, you can guarantee fun and skill building.
  51. 51. Perpetual License Cloud Deployment Licensing Options ● Includes permanent license + annual maintenance ● Designed for smaller deployments ● Unlock enterprise automation without the hassle of hardware ● Flexible pricing options including hourly and annual subscription More info: safe.com/pricing Subscription Licenses ● Subscription program ● Ideal for cross-department deployments
  52. 52. Claim Your Community Badge Get community badges for watching webinars! fme.ly/WebinarBadge Todayʼs Code: SBLCW
  53. 53. Q&A
  54. 54. Thank You! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @SafeSoftware @DmitriAtSafe Read our comic book safe.com/comic Please share your feedback with us through the webinar survey!
  55. 55. https://safe-scenarios.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ThreeJSExamples/Christmas2020 /Christmas.htm

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