At nomtek, we create mixed and augmented reality experiences based on the Unity framework. We’ve worked on AR solutions with big brands like Jagermeister, Magic Leap, and Hyperloop. Get in touch and see what we can create together!Contact Us
Unity (also known as Unity 3D) is one of the world’s most popular game engines. It’s crucial to note that it’s not only about games! Unity is also commonly used to create VR and AR (virtual and augmented reality) solutions. It’s successfully adopted by a range of industries, from film and entertainment to architecture and engineering.
One of Unity’s biggest strengths is multi-platform support. You can develop your experience on 17 different platforms, including mobile (iOS, Android), desktop (PC, Mac, Linux), consoles (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch), and XR/AR platforms (Oculus Rift, Oculus Quest, Magic Leap).
The power of Unity lies in the abundance of plugins, toolkits, and other publicly available resources. Many of them are released by the company, and there’s plenty of user-generated Unity assets as well.
The Unity Asset Store is a place where developers share their solutions with other community members. This makes the work easier and builds a strong community of Unity users. If you need assistance, there’s always someone ready to help.
There is no single answer to this question. Unity is very efficient, yet based on our experience, we can only tell for sure that it depends on the scope of the project. Reach out to us and share your idea for an AR application. We’re more than happy to provide you with an estimate!
Both are acclaimed game engines, yet Unity is a slightly more VR-focused option. Unreal might make a better choice if you need very detailed graphics. In other cases, we would suggest Unity.
Yes, as well as for Android. As we’ve mentioned above, Unity is not just for gaming. It can be used for VR, AR, mobile apps, and a wide range of different solutions on different platforms.
Absolutely! We’ve created a couple of Unity-based experiences for Magic Leap. You can learn more about them in our portfolio!
Even though it’s usually described as a game development engine, Unity offers plenty of dedicated virtual reality solutions. For example, Unity MARS is a set of specialized AR tools to create interactive experiences.