Game Development With Unity - Stanford University

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Tagged in: Science & Tech, Academics, Arts & Crafts

You can do it all with the power of Unity—design, develop, and code your own multi-platform game. Unity, which is taught in game development programs worldwide, is a versatile tool that will allow you to make almost any game you can imagine. Build a project interface, program gameplay mechanics with C#, and import art into custom environments using Unity’s online assets library. Developing in Unity is an essential skill for anyone considering a future in the gaming industry.

Ages: 13 - 18
Level: Beg - Adv
Prerequisites
Some existing experience with a scripting or programming language.

Check-in: Mon-Fri 8-9am. Pick-up: Mon-Thu 5-6pm; Fri 3-4pm.



Location and Program Information

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Where: Stanford University
450 Serra Mall, Stanford, California, 94305


About iD Tech
This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni.

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