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October 22, 2017

Unity Technologies – Veative Labs joined hands to establish CoE for Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality skill development


New Delhi : Unity Technologies, creators of the world’s most popular creation engine, which reaches nearly 3 billion devices and powers nearly 2/3rds of all Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) content, announced a partnership with Veative Labs to launch a Centre of Excellence (CoE) at Veative’s India office in Noida (NCR). Together Unity and Veative Labs, the creator of high quality 3D, VR, AR and Mixed Reality (MR) learning content, will employ over 300 full-time skilled resources as it builds the largest content library outside of gaming in offices in India and several other countries.

The CoE will focus on providing immersive technology solutions for academics (school and university education), skill development, vocational training, and enterprise applications for industries such as defense, tourism, retail, construction and engineering. The center aims at creating an umbrella framework for actions pertaining to 3D/AR/VR and to be a platform for adapting the best practices in the evolving domains. The centre will bring a better learning experience to Unity developers around the globe with high quality 3D, VR, AR and MR content and teaching tools. The CoE will give a platform to rising developers to connect, collaborate and interact with each other and will be given specialized skills training program.

The CoE will also provide support for local governments toward training and development, testing and certification and help set occupational standards using immersive technologies.

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