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Virtual Reality Games made with Unity and C#

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford CIST

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford CIST

Student project gallery for CIST 1450 Topics in CIST: Virtual Reality Programming and Technology. Click here for more details.

Fall 2017 Virtual Reality Games & Experiences!

You can download these games in a zip file format, extract and run on any Windows desktop - if you have an Oculus Rift or Vive, you can view them in VR, if not, use the mouse and keyboard to control. Example:

Extract from the zip file, then run the .exe

Camping Simulator

Camping Simulator

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Hockey Simulator

(requires Oculus Touch or Vive controllers)

Hockey Simulator

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Kitty Kat

Kitty Kat

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The Wand

(requires Oculus Touch or Vive controllers)

The Wand

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VR Ball Throw

(requires Oculus Touch or Vive controllers)

VR Ball Throw

Play VR Ball Throw Now!

 

 

 

 

These games & experiences were made for a project in CIST 1450 Topics in CIST: Virtual Reality Programming & Technology, at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford taught by Jeremy Callinan

check out CIS&T's Facebook page here

In this course, students use the Unity Game Engine, Blender, other design tools, and C# to develop virtual reality apps using multi-platform build frameworks, to support Oculus, Vive, SteamVR, Android, IOS, and web browsers as platforms.

Students learn how to apply basic programming concepts as they develop virtual reality games and applications: designing and developing the virtual reality world, updating this world based on user input and simple physics, and adding music and sound effects in their games. Students also check out SteamVR, VRTK, Google Daydream, and other Virtual Reality development platforms such as Oculus Go, Microsoft Hololens and Magic Leap.

See (and play!) our Unity games developed here