Battle-tested by games and used across industries more than any other VR platform, Unity provides the bleeding-edge technology to unleash your creative potential.
The preferred platform for creating VR experiences
Unity’s industry-leading developer experience, combined with our high-optimization rendering pipeline, authoring tools, and the rapid iteration capabilities of our Editor, helps you breathe life into your VR experience.
Tools to bring your creative vision to life
High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP) for VR
Achieve stunning, realistic graphics and lighting effects that let you push the boundaries of high-fidelity VR without sacrificing performance.
XR Interaction Toolkit
Add interactivity to your AR apps by simply dropping components into your scene – no more coding these object interactions from scratch.
Select from a wide range of different modules such as shapes, sizes, collision, textures, and so much more to add effects to your experience with ease.
Create a deeper sense of presence in virtual environments with integrated support for ambisonic audio clips, full-sphere surround sound, sound field rotation based on the listener’s position, and more.
Render content more efficiently using this accelerated rendering method that lessens the performance impact of VR.
Trailblazers are already using Unity to create VR experiences across industries
Jaguar introduced its first all-electric performance SUV that includes an interactive virtual reality experience. Customers can now explore the design and engineering stories behind the I-PACE Concept through a blend of cinematics and immersive VR technology.
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XR graphics: Delivering the best AR/VR experiences
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are powerful tools for storytelling, but poor execution can negatively impact consumer reactions and engagement. This video guides you through the latest Unity tech and best practices for creating stunning high-end VR and mobile AR visuals.
Unity XR platform has a new architecture
Unity developed a new architecture that improves the support for existing and future augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) platforms. Learn about the technology under the hood, the consequent benefits, and improvements to the platform, and how it impacts your workflows in creating AR/VR experiences.