Guide to Google Daydream Setup in Unity to Start Building VR Apps
Google Daydream is one of the most accessible ways to get into VR, with a comfortable headset, a low price point and wide compatibility with a huge range of mobile devices. We’ll take you through the steps you need to know so you can get started developing for VR!
Bringing Creativity Into VR – Meet Olivier Leroux
Olivier Leroux enrolled in Circuit Stream’s Live Online Virtual Reality Course to learn how to make Oculus Rift VR apps for his company, Impact VR. Our instructors ensured he became familiar with Unity, and gave Olivier the tools to create his idea in virtual reality.
Creating Your First Virtual Reality Application – Meet Nicholas Armstrong
Despite not having much familiarity with VR, his company quickly agreed and asked Nicholas to find VR development training. Fortunately, Circuit Stream’s 10-week course was exactly what Nicholas was seeking.
Setting Up Your Windows Mixed Reality Headset So You Can Start Building MR Apps
Windows Mixed Reality is a fantastic headset that powers VR headsets from Asus, Lenovo, Acer, Dell and HP. If you want to develop your app to work with it, however, there’s some quick steps you’ll need to enable developer mode.
Guide for Mobile VR Apps on the Oculus Go, Samsung GearVR and Google DayDream
There are three mobile VR headsets that you’ll want to be familiar with: Oculus Go, Samsung GearVR, and Google DayDream. As a prospective VR developer, knowing how to setup developer mode on these VR devices will give you a competitive edge.