As much as we all love using Unity to make games, it is also finding a home with governments and businesses that value its strength and versatility. The city of East Point has created an alliance with Georgia State University to use Unity for GIS mapping, census projects and more. Join us at East Point City Hall for “Using Unity for Games, Government and Business: Creating Robust Environments.” Meet fellow Unity developers and share your tips and secrets.
Where: City of East Point City Hall
When: 6 pm Tuesday, Feb. 11
How Much: Free for East Point residents and GGDA & TAG members; $10 all others
6-7 pm Networking
7-8 pm: Using Unity for Games, Government and Business: Creating Robust Environments
8-9 pm: Networking
Geo-Information Sys. Coordinator at City of East Point. In addition to all things data I also dabble in 3D, game design, AR/VR, and other emerging tools within cloud-computing.
James Simpson, AKA “Doctor Unity,” is the go-to person for Unity3D development in the Southeast. Whether it’s MMOs, video games, business applications, presentations, augmented reality, educational, simulations, web, mobile, or Facebook, more than likely, James has worked on it in that field.
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