My biggest hurdle was definitely learning C#. It looked like a foreign language to me. I remember the first time that I was able to write my first script and make my script actually do something in VR. It was just an incredible feeling. What sets Circuit Stream apart is we work on our own personal projects at the school. Over those 10 weeks and 1:1 time, and working on your own project, you get really proficient at the process of building VR apps.
It’s a perfect time while this is a growing industry to try and get into VR and AR. This investment is for the long term and it’s worthwhile if you want to get into VR/AR development. Anybody can pick this up, you just need the right tutor and right environment. Just put the time in, sit in with the instructors, and by the end of that session you’re gonna be proficient with Unity.
The virtual reality course is great if you have an idea and want to see it come to fruition. I didn’t know anything about coding and I was able to catch on. As long as you can navigate around a computer, you’re pretty much fine!
“We developed an app that allowed us to train staff ahead of a new airport being created. Circuit Stream helped us learn the elements applicable to what we were trying to do”
What I love about the course, is having direct access to instructors from the VR industry. Very helpful for someone new to VR development.
Having an instructor who has experience really helps guide you along the right path. Beginners get a great introduction to Unity and get to jump in right away to create their own app.
Circuit Stream made it so easy to learn compared to other online courses. In Circuit Stream classes you actually interact with other students. It changed the way I think about Unity.