CityEngine is a versatile tool that can be used across many professional industries. Take a look at projects related to your field of interest, and find inspiration in how others are using CityEngine.
Explore how smart, real-time reporting can support the creation of multiple redevelopment scenarios. Jump start your urban planning project.
This project uses procedural tools for the virtual reconstruction of ancient sites in Spain. Travel through this ancient town.
This collaborative project used GIS data and CityEngine for building volumes with detailed facades to create a 3D model of Munich. On to Munich.
A collaboration between Esri and mental images® to explore new techniques for smart 3D city solutions. Be part of the cloud.
A project that investigates the capabilities of personalized and semi-automatic real estate assessments. Find the perfect lot.
As part of the Masdar City project, the first zero carbon, zero waste city ever planned. Visit the Zero Energy Future.
An urban planning project for Eiffage. Master plan and 3D visualization created by Romain Janil from Virtualization. A day in Marseille.
Fold 7 and freelance motion design director Paul Clements created the visual concept of this album with help from CityEngine. Electronic 80's Forever.
Commercial by Cliffhanger Visuals for Valorfrit. Using CityEngine, the team was able to build the needed cityscape in a day. Follow the yellow balloon.
Worlds Away Productions produced a digital 3d model of the city of Kaohsiung for use in 6 CGI sequences. Fly through the mega city.
Capture MM commercial featuring the Toyota Prius. CityEngine was used in the entire production process to model the city. Drive the Prius.
For the video game "Dark Realm" Christian Holzer and team used CityEngine to create the entire city scene including parametric destruction of buildings. Enter the ruins.
The Rome Reborn project used CityEngine to rebuild ancient Rome in the year 320 A.D. This road leads to Rome.
CityEngine was used to create an environment for the European Project Cyberwalk, where a visitor can travel around in ancient Pompeii. Dig out Pompeii.