Let’s Get Serious – Call for Non-game Unity Projects
While Unity is used heavily to create incredible games, it’s also being used to build some of the most interesting and dynamic applications outside of the entertainment space. Applications like this year’s Unite Award VizSim category nominees, including winner teamLabBody, have shown the intriguing and valuable ways that Unity is being used to inform as well as amuse.
Given the very wide range of industries currently using Unity, it’s impossible for us to keep track of all the creative non-game projects. That’s why we’re currently searching the globe for some of the most compelling virtual training, simulation, serious game and visualization content being made with Unity. As we have done in years past, we want to highlight some of the most impressive non-game projects on our site and at trade shows throughout 2014, including a short demo reel.
If you’re working on (or know of) a project that fits in this description, we’d love to hear from you. Please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Title of project
- Name of developer
- Name of client (if applicable)
- Link to video
- Link to website
While it’s unlikely that we’ll be able to highlight every project sent our way, we’re interested to see what the community is working on. Should your project be chosen we will be in touch with more information on the formatting requirements for our final montage. Please note that heavy preference is going to be given for visual polish and projects which communicate their function through “in-app” activities. As a reference point please take a look at our 2011 and 2012 highlight reels.