The company of the extended motor intends to triple its presence in India to promote the creation of virtual and augmented reality content in different sectors.
Unity Technologies it plans to carry out a major expansion in India, tripling the number of current employees by the end of the year, The Economic Times has indicated. As part of this expansion, Unity will collaborate with different technology companies in the country to create virtual and augmented reality projects with application in sectors other than video games.
“People in the automotive and industry have created a demand for interactive and immersive platforms for their customers and internal work,” commented Quentin Staes-Polet, Unity Director for the region. “This high-fidelity visualization cannot be achieved with 3D design tools. Therefore, we are partnering with companies that are carrying out solutions in virtual and augmented reality.”
Staes-Polet also indicated that 70% of the development in virtual reality around the world is built using Unity, so apparently it could be considered as one of the most widespread engines. Its use is focused on video games, but more and more professionals are using it in multiple sectors. The Unity team remains focused on adding improvements that make life easier for the developer of virtual reality projects, with additions such as the editor from within the virtual world or support for other platforms such as Daydream or integration with Vulkan.