Unity Technologies has announced a partnership today with Veative Labs, a creator of 3D, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) learning content, to build a Center of Excellence (CoE) at Veative’s India office in Noida.
The CoE will employ over 300 full-time skilled resources as it builds the largest content library outside of gaming in offices in India. Its focus will be 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.
Quentin Staes-Polet, Director South Asia/ANZ, Unity Technologies, said in a statement: “Unity is the leading platform for developing a broad range of applications from gaming to the quickly evolving worlds of virtual and mixed reality production. Veative shares our vision for rapid innovation, and we are excited to partner with them to accelerate creation and continue bridging the gap between a blooming industry and qualified developers.”
Aiming to create an umbrella framework for 3D/AR/VR development, the centre will bring a 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 given a specialised skills training program.
Vipin Goyal, Director Strategy & Operations Veative Labs, said, “We are delighted to be a preferred partner with Unity Technologies and launch a Center of Excellence. The industry has a lot of needs and tremendous opportunity to benefit from high-end immersive experience using 3D/AR/VR/MR technologies. This is just the beginning of a much bigger journey for us. Veative’s mission is to make a difference in this space and become a leader in providing effective 3D/AR/VR/MR interactive content and solutions to make immersive experience affordable to masses and an integral part of our day to day life.”
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