Unity 3D is open source
With Unity you can build cross-platform AR / VR apps and mobile games - quickly and easily. It is compatible with different platforms, operating systems and devices. It is perfect for game creation, fast prototyping and it also supports virtual and augmented reality very well and is therefore often used in the production, machine and automotive industries.
A game engine
Unity is a popular multi-platform environment designed to create cross-platform, two- and three-dimensional AR / VR applications and mobile, console or VR games - as well as other interactive content such as animations and visualizations. It is valued for the possibility of creating 3D graphics easily and with relatively little effort, without having to have extensive programming knowledge.
A variety of tools
With Unity you only have to build your app or game once and you can then deploy it on more than 25 leading platforms, such as iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, PlayStation, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch. Unity offers a variety of tools - plugins, assets, libraries - and most of them can be found on platforms like GitHub, Bitbucket or the Unity Asset Store. Games made in Unity can also be operated via web browsers thanks to the Unity Web Player plug-in.
Why you should consider Unity
About half of the mobile games on the market and 60% of the augmented and virtual reality apps are built with Unity. This gives you access to a large pool of developers.
Unity is a well-built engine that works flawlessly on both iOS and Android - and over 25 other platforms as well. With a code base you can deploy your apps on different platforms.
Low entry threshold
Unity comes with a variety of tutorials and a dedicated learning platform with 750 hours of learning content.
The engine works with C #, but you can use many other languages for development, such as C ++, Python, or Java. You can choose the language you want.
Unity is compatible with various operating systems (Windows, Linux, etc.) and devices, such as Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality or Windows HoloLens.
Because of its approach to objects and built-in classes, it works well for quick prototyping of games, apps, and other interactive experiences.
An integrated profiler enables the search for bottlenecks.
Unity allows the arrangement, scaling and behavior of containers to be easily defined from the editor level.
ML agents module
The resources contained in the ML-Agents module reduce the barriers that one must face when developing machine learning applications.
Free for small companies
Unity is free for small and medium-sized businesses with gross annual income under $ 100,000.
A great community
The large community around Unity, with its large knowledge base and guidelines, allows ready-made solutions to common problems to be found directly.
Unity is a popular real-time development platform that is free for small businesses with annual income or proceeds under $ 100,000. It is sold as part of a subscription model, with plans based on revenue generated. Unity offers a set of tools, as well as assets and plugins, most of which can be found on GitHub, Bitbucket, the Unity Asset Store, and other similar platforms. Creators can also develop and sell their own assets through the Unity Asset Store. With Unity you can distribute your apps free of charge.
This cross-platform environment enables users to create games and other experiences in 3D. Three-dimensional graphics can be built with relatively little effort, easily and with little programming knowledge, thanks to the integrated functionalities and tools. Compared to other engine environments, it is simply characterized by the quality of the graphics.
Unity is a very well made engine that works perfectly on 25+ platforms. This means that you only have to build your app once and then deploy it wherever you deem it commercially warranted. Unity is compatible with various operating systems and platforms, such as iOS, Android, Windows and Linux. It's the perfect solution for mobile apps, AR and VR content, desktop or console games.
The engine natively supports the C # programming language, but you can use other languages, such as C ++, Python, and Java, in the form of libraries. C # is a managed language, which means that it does memory management automatically. As mentioned above, Unity is compatible with different operating systems and devices (such as Chromebook or Mac).
With a debugger you can inspect the source code while the game or app is running. Regardless of which code editor you use (Visual Studio, Jetbrains Rider, etc.), they all offer essential functionalities, as well as breakpoints and variable inspection. In Unity, managed code debugging works on all platforms except WebGL.
The resources available in the ML-Agents module reduce the barriers that developers face in machine learning applications. Unity lets you create responsive and intelligent players, as well as other non-player characters. The Machine Learning Agents Toolkit enables you to design intelligent behavior and rich AI environments.
Benefits of Unity
With Unity, you can build powerful games and applications - and quickly create prototypes.
Flat entry threshold
Unity is evolving dynamically, in part because it's beginner-friendly. In general, UI work in Unity is easy - to a certain extent, of course. If you build standard UIs, which must meet the requirements of the majority of games, then you shouldn't have any major problems.
Unity is relatively easy to learn, with a large number of free tutorials, its own learning platform and convenient documentation.
Perfect for VR / AR
Unity doesn't just work wonderfully for games. Yet another example is powerful, cross-platform Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality applications that run on various AR / VR devices. You can increase the interactivity of your VR apps by simply adding components to the scene.
You don't have to code these object interactions from the start.
Because of Unity's approach to objects and built-in classes, the platform works well when it comes to fast prototyping. A game or an app can be sketched directly without having to create the architecture.
This is particularly important for the development of AR and VR applications, because you can test the concept of a selected functionality directly on the device. One shouldn't forget that fast prototyping can have a bad effect on the project architecture.
Where can I use Unity
Consoles, PC, Mac and Mobile
Virtual Reality Applications
Apps that simulate 3D reality and need a VR headset
Augmented Reality Applications
User interfaces and 3D objects for AR devices (MS Hololens, Magic Leap, etc.)
Architecture, construction, mechanical engineering
AR and VR apps that take advantage of a rich 3D environment
Automotive industry and transportation
Autonomous driving solutions, car configurators, product visualization, improved purchasing processes
Product design, production planning, employee training and remote support solutions with AR / VR
Games and tools to make learning exciting and playful
The prototype of the app or game can be designed quickly without having to create the architecture
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