Tag Archives: unity 3d
Sat, Nov 28, 2009 | 20:19 GMT
North Carolina State University has received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to recreate and map crime scenes using the Unity game engine.
Called the IC-CRIME platform, it allows investigators to reproduce the scenes in 3D and 2D, giving investigators the tools needed to share scientific information and investigative techniques as well as reducing travel budgets.
While the tech will not be ready or widely available for a few years, forensic scientists are confident in the platform’s future.
Bones does not seem so far-fetched after reading this, now. OK, maybe still a bit.
Via Joystiq, Reuters.
Sun, Nov 01, 2009 | 20:34 GMT
Indie and other games of interest: Gravity Bear formally announced, Frogger Returns, Shadow of Destiny confirmed
Another banner week for news regarding indie and other games of interest.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine may make it onto PC after all, 3D Dot Game Heroes is coming to North America, Nostalgia is now available, The Void sounds awesome, King Arthur: The Role-playing Wargame has finally gotten a release date, Eufloria has a demo, and version 2.6 of the Unity Platform is now free.
There’s tons more stuff after the break, too. Surely there is something that interests you should you click onward.
Fri, Jul 24, 2009 | 15:25 BST
Nordic Game will be participating in Gamescom on August 19-23, and the game booth will showcase 24 Nordic game companies and organizations.
Some of the highlights:
- Amazing Games
- Donya Labs
- TeliaSonera International Carrier
- Tonic Games
- Unity 3D
These companies will be joined by: Artplant, Coldwood, Gotland University, Housemarque, Neogames, Nordic Soft Sales, PAN Vision, Producentforeningen, Redlynx, The Bearded Ladies Consulting, The Game Incubator, Tumbleweed and Virtual Air Guitar.