A Unity Certified Instructor leads you and your cohort through how to create high quality 3D interactions in Unity in an efficient and optimized way while building a small scale kitchen configurator in the general style of what can be found on home improvement websites such as Lowes, Ikea, and Home Depot. The skills learned in this class will help you apply your understanding to create different types of robust interactive applications in Unity.
Beginner — developers who are new to Unity who intend to utilize the engine for non-gaming development such as simulation, training, and architectural visualization. They are likely familiar with other software for development as well as Digital Content Creation (DCC) tool sets, but are interested in learning how to take advantage of Unity’s real time capabilities to improve their products.
The class covers all the basics of 3D development, including:
Learn how to create high quality 3D interactions in Unity in an efficient and optimized way while building this simple, yet sophisticated configurator. This workshop features a small scale kitchen configurator in the general style of what can be found on home improvement websites such as Lowes, Ikea, and Home Depot.
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No other software is needed outside of Unity for this workshop.
In addition to the Unity 3D features and UI, the class will cover the Unity Hub (for managing various projects), Package Manager (for managing packages), Cinemachine, and Post Processing Stack V2.
This class will cover publishing for PC and basic input controls with a mouse or keyboard.
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