In our latest Road to the Metaverse workshop session, How to bring your real-time 3D digital twin data into Unity, senior technical specialists Ben Radcliffe and Jerome Maurey-Delaunay show you how to integrate data sources, including external sensors, Internet of Things (IoT) data and cloud-based digital twin APIs, to visualize right-time data.
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect:
- Integrating a cloud-based API
- Connecting to a remote sensor and visualizing its data in real-time
- An overview of the platforms and integrations available
- Intro to visual scripting
- Creating an industrial machinery virtual showroom
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Ben works with Unity’s creator communities to advance the art and science of storytelling and digital transformation through the use of real-time 3D technology. He has over 20 years of experience creating location-based entertainment, animation, and visual effects for companies such as Disney, Lucasfilm, and Industrial Light & Magic, as well as transportation design and visualization for Gulfstream and Bombardier.
Jerome acts as an ambassador for Unity’s growth into new industries, specifically automotive, transportation and manufacturing. He has two decades of experience building interactive user experiences across web, extended reality (XR), installations, mobile and embedded devices for brands such as Tata, Airbus, and Panasonic Avionics, as well as architectural visualization apps for Herzog & de Meuron and Zaha Hadid Architects.
Drew is a Unity ambassador showcasing the latest in virtual reality and augmented reality innovations from Unity. Coming from Finger Food ATG (now Unity Accelerate Solutions), where he presented to prospective customers across multiple industries and spoke at a variety of key industry events, Drew is a key player in telling the Unity story.