Unity, an Engine for Games and Real-World Applications
Unity is an integrated environment for creating three-dimensional and two-dimensional computer games or other interactive materials, such as visualizations, simulations, consumer applications, animations and VR & AR experiences. It allows you to create applications for web browsers, desktop computers, video game consoles, mobile devices and headsets for virtual and augmented reality.
If you ever wanted to create applications beyond games, with Unity you can create augmented reality experiences, load and save data cloud storage, explore different APIs like Google Maps or Amazon Web Services.
Have a look at this video what is possible with Unity beyond games!
And here something for automotive fans. Take a look how the automotive industry is using interactive, real-time 3D visualization, augmented reality, and virtual reality.
Presence and shared experiences from anywhere and on any device? No problem, through mixed reality applications and Microsoft Mesh platform it’s possible. Look into this introduction to Microsoft Mesh.
Getting started with Unity Development
To start developing for Unity go to their website www.unity.com, click ‘Get started’, choose individual personal free license and click ‘Start here’ button.
The Unity Hub will be downloaded, then you should choose ‘Install’ tab, install the latest recommended release, add modules and after some time you are ready for action.
Remember to take a look at Unity’s learn platform, where you will find over 750 hours of live and on-demand beginner to advanced content.
Start coding and create spectacular things with Unity!