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October 21

The AI@Unity interns help shape the world

Every Summer, we recruit interns to help us deliver on our mission to empower Unity developers with AI and Machine Learning tools and services. Last summer, the AI@Unity group had four fantastic interns working on impactful projects: Aryan Mann, PSankalp Patro, Ruo-Ping Dong, and Jay Patel. Read on to find out more about their experiences […]

October 17

Pricing for new Unity Pro and Plus subscriptions to change on January 1, 2020

Current seat subscriptions and current custom agreements are unaffected. Jump to the FAQ below if you have questions. New prices take effect January 1, 2020  Effective January 1, 2020 at 12:00 am UTC, the price for Unity Pro subscriptions will be USD $150/month and Unity Plus subscriptions will be USD $40/month for new seats, additional […]

October 15

Unity was a proud sponsor of the 2019 Grace Hopper Celebration

We had an amazing time at #GHC19. Read on to discover our favorite moments from the event, what inspired our team the most, and a few pieces of advice for women entering the tech world. Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) is the “world’s largest gathering of women technologists.” Every year, over 25,000 people meet to celebrate […]

October 14

Introducing the new Input System

The Input System is available in preview for Unity 2019.1 and later. This new system focuses on ease of use and consistency across devices and platforms. Install it via the Package Manager, give it a try, and join us on the forums with any feedback you have. Unity’s current built-in input management system was designed […]

October 11

Improve workflows, validate decisions, and avoid errors with Presets

With Presets, you can customize the default state of just about anything in Unity – Components, Importers, Managers – without coding. Presets can benefit development teams of all sizes, from streamlining repetitive tasks or validating design decisions, to enforcing standards and project templating. In this post, we’ll dig into many of the features provided by […]

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