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Unity Scripting Lesson 2
Posted by FIZIX Richard on Tue 3rd July 2012 11:21pm
It is important to walk before we try to run. In our previous tutorial we looked at the basics of scripting, namely how to create a script and perform a few simple operations in 3D space.
Now that you know how to create a script, it's time to understand the 4 most basic principals of scripting, that is:
If you have programmed or...
Unity Scripting Lesson 1
Posted by FIZIX Richard on Tue 3rd July 2012 9:47pm
In this tutorial we will be learning how to create and use scripts in Unity and how scripts are structured. This tutorial is aimed at those who are new to Unity and need a quick guide on scripting in Unity so that they can begin working on their own scripts or so that they can continue on with other tutorials and guides with a foundation of knowledge on the topic.
Unity supports three different...
Unity First Steps Tutorial
Posted by FIZIX Richard on Tue 3rd July 2012 5:34pm
Welcome to our First Steps tutorial for Unity 3D. This beginners guide is intended for new users to Unity who have a basic understanding of the Unity Interface and are eager to learn how to create games using Unity. This is a somewhat lengthy post that goes from an empty scene to a simple game level with a terrain, some objects, sky and a basic playable character.
This tutorial was first writt...
Introducing Unity 3D
Posted by FIZIX Richard on Mon 2nd July 2012 8:22pm
In this tutorial we will introduce you to the Unity 3D game engine. The tutorial contains an introduction to what Unity is, what it's suitable for, what it isn't, an introduction to the basic concepts of unity and take a tour of the UI and its basic features.
This tutorial assumes you're new to Unity, you might have even had a dabble with the engine but have found that tutorials in general are...
Distance Calculation With GPS Data
Posted by FIZIX Agency on Sun 15th August 2010 8:31pm
We were recently involved with a social app which would allow users to see how far away other people were on their profiles and to search for people who were within certain a distance. So if a user visited someone's profile it would tell them how far away this person was; for example 5 miles away, along with whatever town or city they were in.
It would also allow them to browse people based on ...