28 hours (usually 4 days including breaks)
- the VR equipment and VR-ready workstations (Windows) plus the floor space for each headset to test apps comfortably
Format of the Course
- Interactive presentations and discussion.
- Lots of exercises and practice.
- Hands-on implementation in a live-lab environment.
Course Customization Options
- To request a customized training for this course, please contact us to arrange.
- setting up a VR workspace for development
- setting up a VR demonstration space
- specific considerations about different headsets and how they dramatically impact experience design
- available controllers characteristics and their relative influence on design
- installing software for VR development
- VR hello world: the white cube on the floor
- interaction design considerations
- introduction to VR development workflow
- discovering Unity workspace
- exercise: building an experience entirely from the editor
- Unity standalone application building
- Behaviour programming in Unity
- exercise: a simple solar system (scripting, geometry)
- importing 3D models in Unity
- rendering basics* (lighting, textures, shaders)
- * no advanced rendering techniques covered by this training
- taking advantage of the Unity asset store
- Unity event oriented programming
- VR controllers input
- exercise: grab planets (user interaction in VR)
- Movement in VR: technical & design considerations (teleport, translation, dash)
- exercise: add teleport feature
- exercise: switch between models
- exercise: drop points of interest
- exercise: switch points of interest
Day 5 (optional)
- exercise: furniture catalog
- exercise: place furniture
- exercise: change interior lighting
- exercise: change time of day
Day 6 (optional)
- Multi-user experience design and prototyping
I came away with a much better understanding of the unity package.
NPTC Group of Colleges
I enjoyed the application of gained knowledge in summation exercise.
NPTC Group of Colleges
I liked the fact the all the questions we prepared beforehand were answered; also the 90 minute challenge to create a little game at the end was a good fun!
Peter Melchart - Greentube IES GmbH
Really knowledgable and friendly guy Answering questions I liked the content and the free exercise in the end
Bianca Zankl - Greentube IES GmbH
He really made an effort to provide specifically the topics we need, and research stuff he didn't normally use.
Michael Kusternig - Greentube IES GmbH