MLH Localhost: Game Development with Unity 3D

MLH Localhost: Game Development with Unity 3D

On Saturday, 30th March 2019, we hosted our first ever MLH Localhost: Game Development with Unity 3D, powered by Microsoft and Subway. MLH Localhost events are free, out-of-the-box workshops covering today’s most relevant technology so you can share knowledge with your community, spend less time on content, and learn as you go.

Duration: 3 hours
Venue: CSE Seminar Hall, Admin Block
Location: Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bangalore
Topics: Game Development for Windows, Unity 3D, C#
No. of participants: 150

Prerequisites

Participants need to be able to install the Unity engine on their computers. While no background knowledge is required, familiarity with any scripted language (C, Java, etc.) will be beneficial for participation in this workshop.

System Requirements: MacOS, Linux, or Windows 8 or higher

Agenda

No. Session Time Speaker
1. Opening keynote 09:30 - 09:40 Abhijeet Singh
2. Setting up the Unity development environment 09:40 - 10:00 Sushen Kumar
3. Introduction to Unity 10:00 - 10:45 Sushen Kumar
4. Introduction to C# 10:45 - 11:15 Vipul Gaurav
5. Subway Snack break 11:15 - 11:30 NIL
6. Build your own 3D game 11:30 - 12:15 Sushen Kumar
7. Closing keynote 12:15 - 12:30 Abhijeet Singh

The event

The event was organized by the Computer Science & Engineering Department of Sir M. Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bangalore. The event began with an invocation keynote after which the technical sessions started. The event was sponsored by MLH, Microsoft, and Subway. Students were given a starter code with bugs for a 3D car racing game using Unity 3D. The aim of the workshop was to explain the workflow of Unity 3D for Windows Desktop game development and solve the bugs in the code to complete and play the game. The event ended with a closing keynote and a group photograph after which the audience was dispersed.

About the speakers

  • Sushen Kumar
    Founder of Statosphere.io

  • Vipul Gaurav
    MLH representative and Smart India Hackathon winner 2019

  • Abhijeet Singh
    A Microsoft Student Partner, AI developer, open source contributor, and low-key memelord.

Organizers

Hosting Department: Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Hosted by: Dr. G. C. Banu Prakash (Professor and Head)

Faculty coordinators:

  • Mrs Sheela Kathavate (Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE)
  • Mrs Savita Choudhary (Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE)
  • Mrs Sushila Shidnal (Associate Professor, Dept. of CSE)

Student coordinators:

Photos from our event

Abhijeet Singh
Abhijeet Singh Neighbourhood friendly Software Engineer. GLUG Lead | Microsoft Student Partner | AI Developer
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