The Ultimate Guide to Real World Applications with Unity
Salepage : The Ultimate Guide to Real World Applications with Unity
Unity Technologies has authorized and created this course in collaboration with them.
Have you ever wanted to design apps other than video games but believed Unity could only accomplish that? I’m here to inform you that Unity is now more than just a fantastic gaming engine; it’s also a real-time rendering platform capable of producing and powering enterprise-level apps. Unity is used by both large and small businesses to power their applications, regardless of industry: cinema, automotive, machine learning, construction, and many more. Notable organizations like as Uber, Disney, Coca-Cola, and AT&T are collaborating with Unity to create new creative technologies and applications!
This course will teach you:
Create a virtual reality experience.
Investigate APIs such as AWS and Google Maps.
Data may be saved and loaded to cloud storage.
Use asset bundles and Scriptable Objects.
Learn about advanced programming topics.
This course will walk you through the creation of three apps. The first app is a service adjustment app that will demonstrate the ease and flexibility of creating UI with the Unity engine. We take it a step further by discussing several APIs and how to connect to them using Unity. You’ll learn how to use Google Maps API to get your GEO position. You’ll learn how to use your iOS or Android device’s camera and save the image as a texture! You’ll finish the program by saving and loading a file to and from Amazon S3, one of the web’s most popular storage file systems!
Our second application is a zoo-specific interactive map experience. This program will emphasize the simplicity of use by working with Unity’s UI System before moving on to triggering interaction points to display infographics. The introduction of Scriptable Objects is a significant takeaway from this project. We have multiple engagement cards in our application that we want to show to our users, so instead of developing 50 or more engagement cards, we construct a template for a card using a scriptable object and then dynamically populate those cards at run-time. This is a great Unity feature!
Our final application is an augmented reality (AR) experience that shows the ability of using AR to induce learning. Our program guides you through the anatomy of a horse and allows you to manage the transitions using the animation engine. The utilization of asset bundles is a significant lesson from this project. Asset bundles enable you to save models, data, and even complete scenes to a cloud-hosted solution like as AWS S3 and then retrieve that item at run-time to include it into your scene.
Why Build Real-World Applications using Unity?
Unity is far more than a game engine. You can construct very powerful and useful apps in a fraction of the time thanks to the user-friendly editor and the flexibility of C# scripting. One of the most difficult challenges for novice developers while learning app development is deciding which platform to create for. With Unity, you design and create your application once, and then port it to over 22 different platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows, and wearables, with the click of a button. If you’re serious about a career using Unity, you should be interested in learning to design real-world applications since it opens the door to new opportunities. Concentrating just on gaming results in a $120 billion business. While it is relatively huge, the gaming business is highly narrow and closely knit, only allowing new members on a very infrequent basis. Using Unity to build real-world apps, on the other hand, opens up prospects in various other multi-billion-dollar businesses, as previously indicated. This allows you to leverage your real-time rendering engine abilities and knowledge to assist other sectors grow and innovate. I’ll show you how I became a self-taught software engineer in this course. You’ll discover how simple and powerful Unity can be when developing applications other than games by simply researching solutions and understanding the logic of what you’re writing.
Why should you learn from me?
This is the fourth course on Udemy that has been co-created with Unity Technologies. We want to show the power and flexibility of using Unity to develop enterprise-level applications rather than just games. Since the initial public release of version 2.6, I’ve been developing in Unity. I am also a self-taught software engineer. I’ve worked on enterprise augmented reality applications for Coca-Cola, AT&T, GE, and Thyssenkrupp. These were powerful real-world applications powered by Unity! I fell in love with the opportunity to work for these large clients, and I loved how the logic and problem solving skills I developed in video games translated seamlessly to developing enterprise level applications.
Students will understand Unity from a software engineering standpoint after completing this Unity course. The ability to research and understand the logic used in these applications will help you grow as a developer and expand your opportunities to work with Unity.
Join me on this adventure right now! I’ll see you in class.
Who should take this course:
Students interested in Software Engineering who want to use Unity
Students interested in Advanced C# Programming
Students who want to work with different APIs within Unity
Students interested in augmented reality
Students with an interest in Asset Bundles
Students with an interest in Scriptable Objects
Students that want to work with Connected Cloud Services in Unity