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At GDC, we announced a contest to find the best tool built for EditorVR, and submissions are now open!

We’re looking for the most useful tool for VR developers, and the best demonstration of innovation, experimentation, and creativity — and we’ll make it worth your while. The winner will receive $10,000 — and if you’re attending Vision Summit 2017, we’ll set you up for lunch with Tony Parisi, Head of VR/AR Strategy at Unity, and the EditorVR team!

To enter, all you have to do is the following:

  1. Post your tool/project on Github. (You can also check out Unity’s EditorVR forum to discuss and learn with the EditorVR community)
  2. Post a short video, describing your project using any style you like, on your Unity Connect page (you’ll need to create one for yourself if you don’t have one yet). Also, be sure and tag your project with #EditorVR-Contest.
  3. Send an email to madewithunity@unity3d.com with the subject line “EditorVR Contest” and include the following: a) your name b) the link to your tool on Github c) the link to your Unity Connect page with the video. (Make sure you receive confirmation from us that we’ve received your submission!)

The deadline for entry is Thursday, April 27 at midnight. Winners will be announced at Vision Summit 2017 on Monday, May 1. For complete EditorVR Contest details, please see the full rules here. We look forward to seeing what you create!

Comentários encerrados.

  1. The excluded countries probably have complex or limiting laws for large cash prices in general or from foreign countries. Canada has the there-is-no-luck law.

  2. Make equal rules for humans!

  3. iv. this Contest is open to residents worldwide excluding residents of: Quebec, Canada; Brazil; and Italy. Canadian residents may be required to answer an additional mathematical question in order to claim their prizes.


    This is a joke, right?

    1. Haha, not a joke. It’s a super bizzare rule in Canada for running sweepstakes/contests.

  4. Is there an exclusion for Italy and Brazil ? Why?