Feeling Unreal

language. The word “unreal” is the key word for depersonalized people. To
describe “unreality” they must often use metaphors for comparison to other
sensations that may or may not be more understandable to everyone else. Key
phrases can ...

Author: Daphne Simeon

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199766352

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

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Feeling Unreal is the first book to reveal what depersonalization disorder is all about. This important volume explores not only depersonalization, but the philosophical and literary implications of selflessness as well, while providing the latest research, possible treatments, and strategies for living and thriving when life seems 'unreal.' For those who still believe that such experiences are still a part of something else, that depersonalization is just a symptom and not a disorder in its own right, Feeling Unreal presents compelling evidence to the contrary. This book provides long-awaited answers for people suffering from depersonalization disorder and their loved ones, for mental health professionals, and for all students of the condition, while serving as a wake up call to the medical community at large.

Unreal Engine 4 Scripting with C Cookbook

Get the best out of your games by scripting them using UE4 About This Book A straightforward and easy-to-follow format A selection of the most important tasks and problems Carefully organized instructions to solve problems efficiently Clear ...

Author: William Sherif

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785884689

Category: Computers

Page: 452

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Get the best out of your games by scripting them using UE4 About This Book A straightforward and easy-to-follow format A selection of the most important tasks and problems Carefully organized instructions to solve problems efficiently Clear explanations of what you did Solutions that can be applied to solve real-world problems Who This Book Is For This book is intended for game developers who understand the fundamentals of game design and C++ and would like to incorporate native code into the games they make with Unreal. They will be programmers who want to extend the engine, or implement systems and Actors that allow designers control and flexibility when building levels. What You Will Learn Build function libraries (Blueprints) containing reusable code to reduce upkeep Move low-level functions from Blueprint into C++ to improve performance Abstract away complex implementation details to simplify designer workflows Incorporate existing libraries into your game to add extra functionality such as hardware integration Implement AI tasks and behaviors in Blueprints and C++ Generate data to control the appearance and content of UI elements In Detail Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) is a complete suite of game development tools made by game developers, for game developers. With more than 100 practical recipes, this book is a guide showcasing techniques to use the power of C++ scripting while developing games with UE4. It will start with adding and editing C++ classes from within the Unreal Editor. It will delve into one of Unreal's primary strengths, the ability for designers to customize programmer-developed actors and components. It will help you understand the benefits of when and how to use C++ as the scripting tool. With a blend of task-oriented recipes, this book will provide actionable information about scripting games with UE4, and manipulating the game and the development environment using C++. Towards the end of the book, you will be empowered to become a top-notch developer with Unreal Engine 4 using C++ as the scripting language. Style and approach A recipe based practical guide to show you how you can leverage C++ to manipulate and change your game behavior and game design using Unreal Engine 4.

The Door of the Unreal

Author: Gerald Biss

Publisher:

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Category: Werewolves

Page: 311

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Unreal

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Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434944301

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Unreal Engine 4 x Scripting with C Cookbook

A truly powerful tool for game development, there has never been a better time to use it for both commercial and independent projects. With more than 100 recipes, this book shows how to unleash the power of C++ while developing games .

Author: John P. Doran

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789803373

Category: Computers

Page: 708

View: 857

Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) is a popular and award-winning game engine that powers some of the most popular games. A truly powerful tool for game development, there has never been a better time to use it for both commercial and independent projects. With more than 100 recipes, this book shows how to unleash the power of C++ while developing games ...

March of the Unreal

Author: Nolan Dannels

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0615321410

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Unreal Engine 4 Virtual Reality Projects

Throughout, this book focuses on creating a deeper understanding of why the relevant tools and techniques work as they do, so you can use the techniques and concepts learned here as a springboard for further learning and exploration in VR. ...

Author: Kevin Mack

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789133882

Category: Computers

Page: 632

View: 441

Learn to design and build Virtual Reality experiences, applications, and games in Unreal Engine 4 through a series of practical, hands-on projects that teach you to create controllable avatars, user interfaces, and more. Key Features Learn about effective VR design and develop virtual reality games and applications for every VR platform Build essential features for VR such as player locomotion and interaction, 3D user interfaces, and 360 media players Learn about multiplayer networking and how to extend the engine using plugins and asset packs Book Description Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) is a powerful tool for developing VR games and applications. With its visual scripting language, Blueprint, and built-in support for all major VR headsets, it's a perfect tool for designers, artists, and engineers to realize their visions in VR. This book will guide you step-by-step through a series of projects that teach essential concepts and techniques for VR development in UE4. You will begin by learning how to think about (and design for) VR and then proceed to set up a development environment. A series of practical projects follows, taking you through essential VR concepts. Through these exercises, you'll learn how to set up UE4 projects that run effectively in VR, how to build player locomotion schemes, and how to use hand controllers to interact with the world. You'll then move on to create user interfaces in 3D space, use the editor's VR mode to build environments directly in VR, and profile/optimize worlds you've built. Finally, you'll explore more advanced topics, such as displaying stereo media in VR, networking in Unreal, and using plugins to extend the engine. Throughout, this book focuses on creating a deeper understanding of why the relevant tools and techniques work as they do, so you can use the techniques and concepts learned here as a springboard for further learning and exploration in VR. What you will learn Understand design principles and concepts for building VR applications Set up your development environment with Unreal Blueprints and C++ Create a player character with several locomotion schemes Evaluate and solve performance problems in VR to maintain high frame rates Display mono and stereo videos in VR Extend Unreal Engine's capabilities using various plugins Who this book is for This book is for anyone interested in learning to develop Virtual Reality games and applications using UE4. Developers new to UE4 will benefit from hands-on projects that guide readers through clearly-explained steps, while both new and experienced developers will learn crucial principles and techniques for VR development in UE4.

Afternoon of the Unreal

Also the humor of the madman in a crazy rendition of this opera of tiny vignettes
into the unreal . He know ' s the dangers of unreality , yet dares , goes in and out
the true devotee of the visionary . In a sense Salinas is saying Life is Unreal , I ' m
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Author: Luis Omar Salinas

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Category: Mexican Americans

Page: 55

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Focus On 100 Most Popular Unreal Engine Games

Author: Wikipedia contributors

Publisher: e-artnow sro

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Mastering Unreal Technology Volume II

Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume II: Advanced Level Design Concepts with Unreal Engine 3 is your start-to-finish guide to state-of-the-art Unreal Tournament 3 modding and level design.

Author: Jason Busby

Publisher: Sams Publishing

ISBN: 0768689376

Category: Computers

Page: 1080

View: 621

Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume II: Advanced Level Design Concepts with Unreal Engine 3 is your start-to-finish guide to state-of-the-art Unreal Tournament 3 modding and level design. Here’s everything you need to know to take your game design skills to the next level, creating content with breakthrough depth and interactivity! Your authors aren’t just the world’s #1 Unreal game development trainers: They’ve built the training mods that shipped with Unreal Tournament. Now, working with the full cooperation of Unreal Engine 3’s creators, Epic Games, they introduce innovative, pro-quality techniques you’ll find nowhere else: outstanding solutions for everything from particle effects to physics, materials to cinematics. Packed with tips, hands-on tutorials, and expert insight, Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume II will help you take Unreal Tournament 3 and Unreal Engine 3 to the limit...and then blow right by it! You’ll find expert tips on Creating advanced materials that leverage the full power of UnrealEd’s Material Editor Bringing levels to life with objects affected by gravity, collisions, and player influence Creating fire, smoke, sparks, and more with Unreal Engine 3’s particle effects system Building custom user interfaces, including Heads-Up Displays (HUDs) that update constantly Using SoundCues to mix, modulate, crossfade, and attenuate sounds Generating real-time camera-based effects, including depth of field, motion blur, and color adjustment Using post process effects to quickly transform a scene’s look and feel without changing existing materials or textures Animating characters and vehicles that move with unprecedented realism Creating in-game cinematics that develop your characters and move your story forward

Russia s unreal Estate

Unreal estate " was Nabokov ' s way of describing the image of a lost homeland ,
of a property that he carefully maintained in memory through six long decades in
exile . " Cognitive mapping " is a term borrowed from psychology and applied ...

Author: Kathleen Parthé

Publisher:

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Category: National characteristics, Russian

Page: 30

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Hands On Artificial Intelligence with Unreal Engine

If you want to use AI to extend the life of your games and make them challenging and more interesting, this book is for you. The book starts by breaking down AI into simple concepts to get a fundamental understanding of it.

Author: Francesco Sapio

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788831640

Category: Computers

Page: 552

View: 995

Learn to build intelligent and responsive Non-Player Characters for your games with Unreal Engine Game AI. Key Features Understand the built-in AI systems in Unreal Engine for building intelligent games Leverage the power of Unreal Engine 4 programming to create game AI that focuses on motion, animation, and tactics Learn to profile, visualize, and debug your Game AI for checking logic and optimizing performance Book Description Learning how to apply artificial intelligence ( AI ) is crucial and can take the fun factor to the next level, whether you're developing a traditional, educational, or any other kind of game. If you want to use AI to extend the life of your games and make them challenging and more interesting, this book is for you. The book starts by breaking down AI into simple concepts to get a fundamental understanding of it. Using a variety of examples, you will work through actual implementations designed to highlight key concepts and features related to game AI in UE4. You will learn to work through the built-in AI framework in order to build believable characters for every game genre (including RPG, Strategic, Platform, FPS, Simulation, Arcade, and Educational). You will learn to configure the Navigation, Environmental Querying, and Perception systems for your AI agents and couple these with Behavior Trees, all accompanied with practical examples. You will also explore how the engine handles dynamic crowds. In the concluding chapters, you will learn how to profile, visualize, and debug your AI systems to correct the AI logic and increase performance. By the end of the book, your AI knowledge of the built-in AI system in Unreal will be deep and comprehensive, allowing you to build powerful AI agents within your projects. What you will learn Get an in-depth knowledge about all the AI Systems within Unreal Engine Create complex AIs, understanding the art of designing and developing Behavior Tree Learn how to perform Environmental Queries (EQS) Master the Navigation, Perception, and Crowd Systems Profile and Visualize the AI Systems with powerful debugging tools Extend every AI and Debug system with custom nodes and functions Who this book is for Hands-On Artificial Intelligence with Unreal Engine is for you if you are a game developer with a bit experience in Unreal Engine, and now want to understand and implement believable game AI within Unreal Engine. The book will be both in Blueprint and C++, allowing people from every background to enjoy the book. Whether you're looking to build your first game or expand your knowledge to the edge as a Game AI Programmer, you will find plenty of exciting information and examples of game AI in terms of concepts and implementation, including how to extend some of these systems.

The Unreal Life of Oscar Zariski

We see his humanity in his love for his family and the care he devoted to his students...All this and more in Carol Parikh's prize-winning English prose make this book a delight to read." - Robin Hartshorne, American Mathematical Monthly

Author: Carol Parikh

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 038709430X

Category: Mathematics

Page: 194

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Oscar Zariski’s work in mathematics permanently altered the foundations of algebraic geometry. The powerful tools he forged from the ideas of modern algebra allowed him to penetrate classical problems with an unaccustomed depth, and brought new rigor to the intuitive proofs of the Italian School. The students he trained at Hopkins, and later at Harvard, are among the foremost mathematicians of our time. While what he called his “real life” is recorded in almost a hundred books and papers, this story of his “unreal life” is based upon Parikh’s interviews with his family, colleagues, and students, and on his own memories from a series of tape-recorded interviews made a few years before his death in 1986. First published in 1991, The Unreal Life of Oscar Zariski was highly successful and widely praised, but has been out of print for many years. Springer is proud to make this book available again, introducing Oscar Zariski to a new generation of mathematicians.

The Real and the Unreal

This is a new release of the original 1923 edition.

Author: Annie Besant

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781494019587

Category:

Page: 140

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This is a new release of the original 1923 edition.

Tales from the Realm of the Unreal

This is a collection of stories relating to things not commonly talked about—the way we die, the way we live, the way we would like to live.

Author: Laszlo Gubanyi

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1796001937

Category: Fiction

Page: 308

View: 640

This is a collection of stories relating to things not commonly talked about—the way we die, the way we live, the way we would like to live. It is about forces that make us do unexpected things, forces that make things happen around us, and forces we are not aware of.

Beginning Unreal Game Development

The book covers level editors, actor types, blueprints, character creation and control, and much more. Throughout the book, you’ll put theory into practice and create an actual game using a series of step-by-step tutorials.

Author: David Nixon

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484256395

Category: Computers

Page: 389

View: 880

Get started creating video games using Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) and learning the fundamentals of game development. Through hands-on, step-by-step tutorials, you will learn to design engaging environments and a build solid foundation for more complex games. Discover how to utilize the 3D game design software behind the development of immensely popular games for PC, console, and mobile. Beginning Unreal Game Development steers you through the fundamentals of game development with UE4 to design environments that both engage the player and are aesthetically pleasing. Author David Nixon shows you how to script logic, define behaviors, store data, and create characters. You will learn to create user interfaces, such as menus, load screens, and head-up displays (HUDs), and manipulate audio to add music, sound effects, and dialogue to your game. The book covers level editors, actor types, blueprints, character creation and control, and much more. Throughout the book, you’ll put theory into practice and create an actual game using a series of step-by-step tutorials. With a clear, step-by-step approach, Beginning Unreal Game Development builds up your knowledge of Unreal Engine 4 so you can start creating and deploying your own 3D video games in no time. What You Will Learn Learn the fundamentals of game design Understand how to use Unreal Engine 4 Design amazing levels for your characters to play in Script logic to control the behavior of the world you create Who This Book Is For This book is for beginners with no prior game design or programming experience. It is also intended for video game enthusiasts who are brand-new to the world of game development and want to learn how to design a game from scratch using UE4.

3D Game Design with Unreal Engine 4 and Blender

This has opened up new possibilities and that is where this book comes in. This is the first book in the market combining these two powerful game and graphic engines.

Author: Justin Plowman

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785886614

Category: Computers

Page: 252

View: 175

Combine the powerful UE4 with Blender to create visually appealing and comprehensive game environments About This Book The only resource that shows how you can incorporate Blender into your Unreal Engine 4 Game environment Create amazing 3D game environments by leveraging the power of Blender and Unreal Engine 4 Practical step-by-step approach with plenty of illustrative examples to get you started immediately Who This Book Is For This book would be ideal for 3D artists and game designers who want to create amazing 3D game environments and leverage the power of Blender with Unreal Engine 4. 3D design basics would be necessary to get the most out of this book. Some previous experience with Blender would be helpful but not essential What You Will Learn Create a fully functioning game level of your own design using Blender and Unreal Engine 4 Customize your level with detailed 3D assets created with Blender Import assets into Unreal Engine 4 to create an amazing finished product Build a detailed dynamic environment with goals and an ending Explore Blender's incredible animation tools to animate elements of your game Create great environments using sound effects, particle effects, and class blueprints In Detail Unreal Engine 4 now has support for Blender, which was not available in earlier versions. This has opened up new possibilities and that is where this book comes in. This is the first book in the market combining these two powerful game and graphic engines. Readers will build an amazing high-level game environment with UE4 and will show them how to use the power of Blender 3D to create stunning animations and 3D effects for their game. This book will start with creating levels, 3D assets for the game, game progression, light and environment control, animation, and so on. Then it will teach readers to add amazing visual effects to their game by applying rendering, lighting, rigging, and compositing techniques in Blender. Finally, readers will learn how to smoothly transfer blender files to UE4 and animate the game assets. Each chapter will add complexities to the game environment. Style and approach This will have a clear, step-by-step approach to creating game assets in Blender and then importing them to UE4 to create stunning game environments. All asset creation techniques are explained in detail along with tips on how to use them to create your own game environments. The book offers end-to-end coverage of how to design a game level from scratch.

Between Real and Unreal

A Thematic Study of E.T.A. Hoffmann's "Die Serapionsbrüder" Stefan Bergström.
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Author: Stefan Bergström

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 141

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Between Real and Unreal presents new insights into E. T. A. Hoffmann's innovative use of the fantastic in his short fiction, as typified primarily by the collection «Die Serapionsbrüder». With Tzvetan Todorov's structuralist theories of the fantastic as a major point of departure, Stefan Bergström explores the unusual nature and method of Hoffmann's colorful depictions of a fantastic world between reality and imagination. The study is devoted to an analysis of several main themes represented in Hoffmann's literary production, particularly «Die Serapionsbrüder». Dr. Bergström argues that there is a structural, thematic coherence in this short story collection that gives it a special character based on a conscious interaction between a realistic and imaginary world.

Unreal Engine 4 Game Development Quick Start Guide

This book is a practical guide, starting off by quickly introducing you to the Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) ecosystem. You will learn how to create Blueprints and C++ code to define your game's functionality.

Author: Rachel Cordone

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789953448

Category: Computers

Page: 202

View: 918

Learn how to use Unreal Engine 4 by building 3D and multiplayer games using Blueprints Key Features Learn the fundamentals of Unreal Engine such as project templates, Blueprints, and C++ Learn to design games; use UMG to create menus and HUDs, and replication to create multiplayer games Build dynamic game elements using Animation Blueprints and Behavior Trees Book Description Unreal Engine is a popular game engine for developers to build high-end 2D and 3D games. This book is a practical guide, starting off by quickly introducing you to the Unreal Engine 4 (UE4) ecosystem. You will learn how to create Blueprints and C++ code to define your game's functionality. You will be familiarized with the core systems of UE4 such as UMG, Animation Blueprints, and Behavior Trees. You will also learn how to use replication to create multiplayer games. By the end of this book, you will have a broad, solid knowledge base to expand upon on your journey with UE4. What you will learn Use project templates to give your game a head start Create custom Blueprints and C++ classes and extend from Epic's base classes Use UMG to create menus and HUDs for your game Create more dynamic characters using Animation Blueprints Learn how to create complex AI with Behavior Trees Use replication to create multiplayer games Optimize, test, and deploy a UE4 project Who this book is for Readers who already have some game development experience and Unity users who would like to try UE4 will all benefit from this book. Knowledge of basic Object-Oriented Programming topics such as variables, functions, and classes is assumed.

Imagining Irreality

Imagining Irreality looks at the various ways philosophers have considered the realm of unreal possibilities and nonexistent objects.

Author: Nicholas Rescher

Publisher: Open Court Publishing

ISBN: 9780812695656

Category: Philosophy

Page: 298

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Imagining Irreality looks at the various ways philosophers have considered the realm of unreal possibilities and nonexistent objects. Author Nicholas Rescher ties both diverse approaches and makes an argument against the philosophical trend of dealing with nonexistent possible worlds as though they were authentic objects. He does not attempt to show that no Platonic realm of possibilities can exist, but merely that philosophers can discuss and think about unrealized possibilities without recourse to such a realm.