Faster workflows for AR development
Accelerate content workflows with intuitive creation features:
- Plain-language authoring reduces coding needs
- Test your app in the Unity Editor against a variety of environments
- Templates help you get started more quickly
Build your app with proxies that represent real-world objects. With a framework in place, you set conditions and actions on your proxies to tell the app how to respond to them.
Simulate in the Editor
Simulation environments use Prefabs (or your own dinfed data) to test your AR app within the Editor, helping you spot issues and cut down on iteration time.
Customizable building blocks
Get started with templates that cover popular AR use cases, including a training tutorial application that works with all Unity Mars indoor and outdoor environment templates.
Intro to Unity Mars
Get an overview of Unity’s advanced AR authoring tool, why we built it, what problems it solves, and how to get started.
Unity Mars for enterprise
Join us for an expert-led walkthrough of enterprise applications for Unity Mars.
Unity Mars 101
Get familiar with Unity Mars with this free step-by-step course on Unity Learn.
“We don’t see ourselves creating AR applications without Unity Mars going forward.”
“Using the Unity Mars Simulation view, we’re able to quickly iterate content while testing it in a variety of unique environments, all without making a single build.”
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- 45-day free trial
- Cancel any time before the end of the free trial period
- You’re automatically subscribed for one year after your trial ends
Buy Unity Mars
- $50/month per license on an annual commitment (or $600/year)
- Works with Unity PE, Plus, Pro, and Enterprise
Inclusion in Unity plans
- Unity Mars is included in Unity Pro, Unity Enterprise, and Unity Industrial Collection
Frequently asked questions
Pricing, subscriptions and trials
Yes, Unity is required to use Unity Mars. Every Unity subscription tier is supported. Unity Mars is included with Unity Pro, Unity Enterprise, and Unity Industrial Collection.
Unity Mars is included with Unity Pro, Unity Enterprise, and Unity Industrial Collection.
Unity Mars includes a free trial period of 45 days, after which access to Unity Mars is by annual subscription, billed at either $50/month or $600/year. Unity Mars is also included with Unity Pro, Unity Enterprise, and Unity Industrial Collection.
No, floating licenses are not available at this time.
To manage, view, or disable your Unity Mars subscription, visit id.unity.com > My Account > My Seats.
To cancel your free trial or turn off automatic renewal, follow these steps.
Unity Mars is built on top of the Unity Editor and works in coordination with AR Foundation. It exists as an additional layer that takes advantage of the data from AR Foundation or other custom data providers to allow creators to build for multiple platforms in a more streamlined and intuitive way. Read more.
Unity Mars supports iOS, Android, and HoloLens.
Unity 2019.4 LTS and above currently offer support for Unity Mars.
Connect with our engineering, product team, and Unity Mars users on the forums here.
We’ve gathered all our blog posts about Unity Mars on this reading list.
Yes, you can access three Unity Mars templates on Github:
The simulation system reduces testing time for AR app development. Learn about this system and how creators can use it to rapidly iterate on context-adaptable AR experiences.
Rules is an UI view and method for describing AR layout and behavior concisely and in plain language. Rules provide you with a clear starting point for creating your AR experiences. Learn more in this blog post.