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VR Robotics Simulator: How to Create a VR Scene in Unity

In the previous lesson, we learned how to install Oculus integration SDK in Unity and change essential settings for the VR in the Unity editor.

How to Install Oculus SDK-unity asset store

This lesson of the series of lessons to design a VR robotics simulator will teach how to create a simple VR scene in Unity. Users can create a scene with a simple UGV and room and export it as an APK file and install it on the Quest headset.

How to Create a VR Scene in Unity-photo-1

The contents of the entire course on developing a VR Robotics Simulator are as follows:

  • Introduction to the Course (1/15)
  • Install VR SDK (2/15)
  • Simple VR Scene (3/15)
  • Grab Objects with a Joystick (4/15)
  • Grab Objects with Hand (5/15)
  • UI in VR (6/15)
  • Assemble a Robot in VR (7/15)
  • Create a UGV Robot (8/15)
  • Create a Quadcopter (9/15)
  • Selection Menu for Robots (10/15)
  • Optimizing the Scene (11/15)
  • Install the Multiplayer SDK (12/15)
  • Multiplayer Mode for Robots (13/15)
  • Share Actions in the Network (14/15)
  • Professor_Student Accesses (15/15)

[Important] VR Robotics Simulator’s Source Code:

The source code for the entire tutorials (from 1 to 15) can be downloaded HERE!

Watch the video version of the lesson:

At the link below, you will find the corresponding lessons on building a VR robotics simulator with Unity engine (note that more lessons will be added gradually):
https://www.mecharithm.com/category/learning-robotics-mechatronics/virtual-reality-vr-and-augmented-reality-ar-learning/virtual-reality-vr-learning/

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