This course gives students an overview of the process of creating virtual reality (“VR”) experiences. Students will get to play with various VR gadgets, learn steps to create a simple VR experience, and build a simple VR world. They will be guided on the fundamentals of Unity 3d and how to use Unity3d to build a VR world. They will be given knowledge on how to use Unity 3d as a practical tool to design VR worlds.
Students will be given 1 major project to work on while in this course. These projects provide hands-on experience in creating a VR world. At the end of the course, students will complete a finished VR world to explore. Imagine we can allow user to experience being part of the story; walking, jumping high and shooting the enemy.
- Learn how VR works
- Understand the current trends and best practices in VR
- Learn how to use Unity3d to create VR worlds
- Create a VR world
Working files are included, allowing participants to follow along with the instructor throughout the lessons
Once participants have completed this course, they will have a grasp of the fundamentals needed to build a VR world using Unity 3d. No knowledge of programming or VR is required.
Edmund is an experienced programmer and trainer who has 5 years of experince. He is the founder of Presence Pictures, a start-up specializing in developing VR content for games, interior visualizations, and exhibitions. He is also the lead programmer, building virtual reality ("VR") programmers in Presence Pictures.
Presence Pictures first round of VR/Stereo 3D demo test for Dream Defenders has been well received at the recent ATF / Asia TV Forum & Market. It has been shown to companies like Jim Henson, DHX Media, Guru Studio Canada also major Chinese companies like Alpha Animation and SMG.
CG Protege Animation School
2 Veerasamy Road
New Batch : 30th May to 29th June 2017
IMDA Talent Assistance Grant submission deadline : 9th May 2017
|Before Subsidy||After Six Degree Subsidy 90%|
|Course Fee||S$ 2,500||S$ 250|
Weekdays (Tuesday and Thursday)
|7.30pm to 10.30pm|
Weekend (if any)
|10am to 5pm|
IMDA TALENT ASSISTANCE GRANT SCHEME
Talent Assistance Scheme provides course fee subsidies for eligible Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents, making it more affordable for Media Practitioners to upgrade themselves. The Scheme provides funding for attending of IMDA pre-approved non-WSQ media courses, workshops and master classes. Each trainee is only applicable for $15,000 of IMDA funding per calendar year.
Talent Assistance Grant Scheme is open to Singaporeans or Singapore Permanent Residents who are:
- Media employees of Singapore-registerd Media Companies; or
- Full-time media freelancers (defined as freelancers who have worked in the same or related media specialisation over the past 12 months or have completed at least 6 accumulative months of freelance project(s) within the past 12 months. Applicants who hold another employment while freelancing cannot be considered as full-time freelancers); or
- Fresh media graduates (applicants must provide proof that he/she has officially graduated ie, graduation certificate as endorsed by the school) as detailed below:
i) Completed academic studies within the last twelve (12) months with an Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) or obtained at least a diploma* from a local Private Education Institute (PEI) registered with the Council of Private Education CPE (1) that is either EduTrust Certified by CPE (2) or a SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) accredited Continuing Education and Training (CET) centre (3); or
ii) Completed NS within last twelve (12) months and completed academic studies with an IHL or obtained at least a diploma* from a local PEI registered with the CPE that is either EduTrust Certified by CPE or a SSG accrediated CET centre.
(1) Please refer to this LINK for the list of local PEIs registered with CPE
(2) Please refer to this LINK for the list of local PEIs that are EduTrust Certified by CPE
(3) Please refer to this LINK for the list of SSG accrediated CET centres
Interested applicants, please apply for the Talent Assistance Grant with Six Degrees 21 days (incld. public holidays and weekends) before the commencement of the course. Applications are subjected to Six Degrees / IMDA’s approval. Late applications (after the dateline set by CG Protege) will not be processed.