VR Weekend Workshop: Learn Unity VR for Vive

Date: 07-Apr-17 to 09-Apr-17
Location: Upload SF / San Francisco / United States
Category: Education

Start your journey as a VR creator! In just 3 short days you'll learn how to build a VR experience from scratch using the Unity game engine. You'll get to work directly with instructors, hear from two industry experts, and meet the local community. Whether you’re exploring a career in VR, want to prototype an idea or just want to learn something new, this workshop will equip you with the key skills to start creating.

2 Days of Intensive Skills Training
Networking Dinner
HTC Vives for Project Testing
Access to Work with Instructors one-on-one
One Day Pass to Upload SF or Upload LA
Healthy Lunch & Refreshments


Friday, April 7th (6:30pm-9pm)

6:30pm: Dinner, drinks and play VR games in our Holodeck Rooms (dinner catered by Chewse)

7:00pm: VR Weekend Talk

7:20pm: Icebreaker

7:30pm: Intro to the VR Industry: history, design contraints, how VR works

8:00pm: Intro to Unity | Building your first VR Experience & Selecting your project

9:00pm: Light drinks and hanging out then we're done for the night! Get some rest for a big day tomorrow!

Saturday, April 8th (10am-6pm)
10:00am: Meet and greet and play VR games in our Holodeck rooms

10:30am-1:00: Learn to make your first VR game: Shooters Game, Debugging Methods

12:30pm: VR Weekend Talk

1:00pm: Lunch

2:00pm-6:00pm: Finish making your Shooters Game, Paper Prototyping, Create Challenges

Sunday, April 9th (10am-6pm)

10:00am: Doors open, Learning How to Learn on your own in Future

11:00am: Continue building Shooters Game and add on Individual Challenges, Showcase Work

1:00pm: Lunch

2:00 - 4:30pm: Game Development Process, VR Design Principles Analysis, How to Get Started on Your Own

4:30pm - 6:00pm : Continue building challenges, Share your work, Game testing and playing in VR


Ned Atkins

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