San Francisco Based Startup ‘Unity Technologies’ Help Developers To Use 3D Animations For Movies At Minimum Cost
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Video-game development company Unity Technologies is known for software that lets developers build 3D animations, in real-time, at a fraction of traditional costs. (Users pay Unity a flat subscription fee rather than a percentage of game revenues.) In 2018, the company expanded its 3D developer tool kit to a number of new industries, including architecture, film, and automotive.
It is the creator of the real-time 3D development platform, giving users powerful and accessible tools to create, operate, and monetize experiences for the real-time world. Unity empowers anyone, regardless of skill level and industry, to create 3D visual content using technology, operate using resources that maximize ease-of-use, and monetize, so that they can find success with their creations.
In November, Unity Technologies won its first engineering Emmy, for Baymax Dreams, a series of animated shorts featuring the blimpy robot star of Disney’s Big Hero 6. Unity CEO John Riccitiello says his company is opening the doors to 3D development: “The world is better with more creators in it.”
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