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A Glance into Virtual Reality Development Using Unity

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  • Cosmina ISAR

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Coming from the 2D and 3D games that everybody is very familiar with, these days the world has been taken by storm with the introduction of virtual reality technology. In this paper I covered the essence of this new empowering technology through things like: a short representative definition and classification, the hardware requirements for stepping into the VR world, and the most important aspect which is the applicability of this technology in the society that we live in. Also, the main purpose of this paper was to identify which VR game engine a beginner should be using for their first project. Through the research that has been done in this article, I come to the conclusion that the most suitable game engine in this case is Unity. To further prove my statement, I developed a small project that consists of a 3D VR maze which shows how easy it is to learn and develop using Unity.

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  • Cosmina ISAR, 2018. "A Glance into Virtual Reality Development Using Unity," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 22(3), pages 14-22.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:22:y:2018:i:3:p:14-22
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    Virtual reality; Unity; Game engine;

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