Learn Together: Unity3D basic interface

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Unity3d is a cross-platform game engine that can be used to develop much more than games, including animated films, educational resources, and VR experiences. This informal session will offer a walkthrough of the fundamentals of the interface and environment. Participants will gain a better sense of what can be achieved in Unity 3d and an understanding of how to get started learning independently.


This is a follow up session to: 

Real name: 
Todd Fine


Instructor Bio: 

Todd Fine is a PhD student in History who likes to tinker with microcontrollers, audio synthesis, virtual environments in Unity3d, and web development.

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