IIDI-SoC Tech-Talk: Building Real-Time Interactive Simulations with Unity3D

24/10/2012 F29, 2pm-3pm

All staff and students welcome

IIDI-SoC Tech-Talk

Building Real-Time Interactive Simulations with Unity3D
Chris Mann, Interface3/Tyger Face Games



Chris Mann graduated from the School of Computing Games Engineering programme in 2012 and now is employed by  Chris Mann, Interface3/Tyger Face Games.

Aimed at a broad audience from those interested in Interaction and Media Design to Artificial Intelligence, Chris will describe how Unity 3D, Unity a feature rich, fully integrated development engine for the creation of interactive 3D content can be used to develop a range of simulations, appealing to both the hobbyist and academic communities.

Unity 3D provides complete, out-of-the-box functionality to assemble high-quality, high-performing content and publish to multiple platforms. Unity helps indie developers and designers, small and major studios, multinational corporations, students and hobbyists to drastically reduce the time, effort and cost of making simulations of  any kind.
 The talk  will cover an example arithmetic learning game, a discussion of the interaction and simulation mechanics in the Unity 3D editor, and various subsystems of Unity.
 
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Emma Hart
Director of CEC
e.hart@napier.ac.uk
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