Our Unite conference is coming this year to Europe to one of our favourite locations, the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam and we would like to invite you to present a topic for a talk at the show. Held on June 24th and 25th this is a great chance to meet with the Unity team and to compare notes with the rest of our amazing community. Details of the event are available here:
If you have worked on some unique tools, wrestled with technical challenges or shipped some cool projects using Unity then this is your chance to share your experiences with the world. Talks can be either 30 or 60 minutes long and our speakers receive VIP treatment at the conference.
Check out the guidelines on how to submit a talk and the type of presentations we are looking for.
One category of talks we are reintroducing this year are the “Unity in the Wild” sessions. These would be shorter presentations of 15 – 20 minutes that would be combined into a longer talk about using Unity in non-game applications. In the past these have been about art installations, archeology, data visualisation and using Unity to train FBI agents at crime scenes. We will give some more details in a subsequent blog post but please give these some thought. It never fails to amaze me what our community can produce.
The call for presentations is now open and you have until April 25th to submit your talk.
Thanks and we look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam in June!