Unity within the enterprise

The company ups its game for the industrial players.

Karen Moltenbrey

Unity has been playing outside the game industry for several years now, attracting CAD and industrial users with its Unity Industrial Collection (UIC), a tool bundle geared to enterprise users. As the desire and need for building real-time interactive models and applications within this segment continue to grow, Unity decided it was time to continue growing its tools for this group of users, as well. To this end, the company is offering Unity Industry, a suite of tools and services for enterprise users that is replacing UIC and providing enhanced capabilities.   Creating real-time 3D content isn’t a game. Well, it

Enjoy full access with a TechWatch subscription!

TechWatch is the front line of JPR information gathering service, comprising current stories of interest to the graphics industry spanning the core areas of graphics hardware and software, workstations, gaming, and design.

A subscription to TechWatch includes 4 hours of consulting time to be used over the course of the subscription.

Already a subscriber? Login below

This content is restricted

Subscribe to TechWatch