This video shows two concrete buildings on a rocky/sandy terrain. All was generated and rendered in Atomontage Engine on a XMG P722 notebook (assembled in 2012, specs: http://www.mysn.eu/xmg-p722 ).
The contrast has been enhanced in video post-processing. The motion blur effect has been achieved by combining 10 frames into one - that means that in order to achieve the same effect in real-time the frame-rate must be at least 250-300/s. This can be achieved on a modern gaming PC with little to no tweaking or on a weaker machine by reducing resolution or disabling the super-sample anti-aliasing.