Unity continues its spending spree

Its latest acquisition is Ziva Dynamics, maker of realistic deformation/simulation tools for real-time applications.

Karen Moltenbrey

Unity, maker of the real-time Unity engine, has acquired Ziva Dynamics, character simulation experts offering tools that simplify the creation of realistic biomechanical motion for human characters, creatures, clothing, and more, in real time and no matter the fidelity of the models. When you have innovative tech, everyone wants to use it. Such is the case with the character creation software from Ziva Dynamics that artists use to bring realistic characters to life. Artists aren’t the only ones attracted to Ziva and its tools, which also caught the attention of Unity Technologies, maker of the popular Unity real-time development platform.

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