Project Check-In and Upcoming Demo

Visit by Paul Smith and Adam Prejean

Today we visited David Thibodaux (DTSMA) to check-in with the student projects and help with an upcoming demo.

We saw an update of one student’s work. They had a small town built with some low polygon-count models and had added the standard Unity first-person controller. I offered some advice on how to get controller input. This project seemed to be intended as a demonstration at the upcoming Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire, while the students were waiting for some supplemental instruction for texturing in Maya.

The school is currently resolving problems with Unity licensing on school machines. At the moment, only one student is able to get Unity running on a personal laptop.

Adam and Paul assisting students with their VR projects.

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