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Visualizing financial data ?

Hi, My day-job is in the finance industry. Is it possible for the bank I work for to buy a licence of UE4 to visualize their financial data. This will mainly be used internally and for customer presentations (e.g. to fly around in a 3d graph-landscape). The program generated with UE4 in this way will not be sold, so I guess the 5% will not be applicable in this case ?

Best regards, Morten

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asked May 29 '14 at 11:27 AM in Legal & Licensing

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Based on your description, we'd be owed 5% of the underlying financials that you've visually represented.

JUST KIDDING! No royalties would be owed on financial data visualizations for internal company use and customer presentations.

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answered May 29 '14 at 03:06 PM

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avatar image timconwell May 29 '14 at 03:16 PM

Ha! That made me laugh, thanks :) As somebody who spends my days on business apps, have often wished my day job and night job could share the same IDE.

Let's face it, when selling new business software, the visually stunning system is probably going to win out. Wasn't so much an issue years back when choices for whatever one's needs were slim, but moving forward there could be huge potential for a game engine to cross boundaries.

avatar image atypic STAFF May 29 '14 at 03:19 PM

Well your plan is a cool one. We're seeing more and more merger between game tech and previously separate tech, like linear production, architecture, training simulation, etc., and we've really geared the EULA to encourage much more of it.

avatar image mortengu May 29 '14 at 03:41 PM

hehe... thanks for your reply... if I'm successful in convincing my boss that this will win us more customers, I will able to play with UE4 at the office :-)

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