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Day 12: Creating AI Movements For Enemies In Unity Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:09:00 GMT - CodeProject Here we are at Day 12 of the 100 days of VR. Yesterday, we looked at the power of rig models and Unity’s mecanim system (which I should have learned but ignored in the Survival Shooter tutorial…) Today, we’re going to continue off after creating our animator controller. We’re going to c
Day 11: Using Real Enemy Asset From The Unity Asset Store Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:08:00 GMT - CodeProject Welcome back to Day 11 of my 100 days of VR development! Continuing from where we left off, we have a cube as an enemy, we can do better than that. In fact, today, after playing around with creating my own character animations with rigging and Unity’s Mecanim system and I’ll tell you th
Day 7: Creating a VERY Simple First Person Shooter Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:08:00 GMT - CodeProject Welcome back to day 7, after the behemoth that was “yesterday’s” Survival Shooter tutorial, I’m itching to get back to coding something. At this point, we have gained enough experience to start making some very simple gameplays on our own. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do! Note h
Day 8: Creating a Character in a First Person Shooter Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:08:00 GMT - CodeProject Here we are on day 8! Yesterday we created a very simple map for a simple FPS feature. Today, I went to look to see how we can move a character around in the scenery that was created. Here’s what I got! Creating our character The first thing I figured out who was the “character”. Turns
Day 9 Setting up a Weapon Mon, 25 Sep 2017 11:08:00 GMT - CodeProject Welcome back to day 9! Were you wondering why there was a large gap between today and the last post? Well that’s because I went to participate in the Seattle AR/VR hackaton #6! The hackathon was 3 days long and it took me 2 days to recover from it! Check out my hackathon postmortem! Wit
Day 10: Creating An Enemy Mon, 25 Sep 2017 10:17:00 GMT - CodeProject Welcome to a very special day of my 100 days of VR. Day 10! That’s right. We’re finally in the double digits! It’s been an enjoyable experience so far working with Unity, especially now that I know a bit more about putting together a 3D game now. We haven’t made it into the actual VR as