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Free license fee (personal) / game development / cross-platform / architectural vision / 3D animation

Free license fee (personal) / game development /
cross-platform / architectural vision / 3D animation

Unity is a cross-platform 2D / 3D game engine developed by Unity Technologies for developing stand-alone games for Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms, video games for consoles such as PlayStation, XBox, Wii, 3DS and Nintendo Switch, or Games for mobile devices such as iOS and Android. The game platform supported by Unity also extends to the HTML5 web platform based on WebGL technology, as well as next-generation multimedia platforms such as tvOS, Oculus Rift and ARKit. In addition to being used to develop video games, Unity is a comprehensive authoring tool for interactive content such as architectural visualization and real-time 3D animation.

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HTC x Valve/Virtual Reality/Headset/Immersive Experience

HTC Vive is a virtual reality head-mounted display jointly developed by HTC and Valve Corporation and released on April 5, 2016. It is also part of Vailfort’s SteamVR project. The head-mounted display is designed to take advantage of the “room size” technology, which turns a room into a three-dimensional space through sensors, allowing users to navigate naturally in the virtual world, moving around, and using motion-tracking handheld controllers to vividly The ability to manipulate objects with sophisticated interactions, communication and immersive environments.

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Interactive video/3D x VR encoding conversion

Construct Studio is a US-based company focused on creating interactive narrative experiences in the VR world. The Price of Freedom is their first VR interactive game album based on HTC Vive. Players can understand the plot of the whole movie by interacting with all the characters, files and objects in the scene.

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Unreal Engine is a game engine developed by Epic Games. The engine was designed primarily for the development of first-person shooters, but has now been successfully used to develop a variety of different types of games, such as stealth games, fighting games, and role-playing games. The latest version is Magic Domain Vision Engine 4, designed for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, SteamOS, HTML5, iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and virtual reality including HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Google Daydream, Designed for OSVR and Samsung Gear VR.

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Video Game Engine / Virtual Reality / Cross Platform