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VR Sample

VR sample based on VR template showcases the capabilities of the UNIGINE 2 Engine for VR applications. In this demo, you will find yourself in the middle of the scene that is similar to the one you see when you open a default UNIGINE world. The scene contains a table with a set of interactive objects, which you can manipulate via controllers. Among these objects, you'll find a laser pointer, which works as a real one. You can move and teleport around the scene. Moreover, you can interact with GUI elements using controllers.


  • Based on VR template
  • VR support (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive)
  • A set of physical objects that can be manipulated via controllers
  • An interactive laser pointer object
  • Teleportation around the scene
  • Interaction with GUI objects via controllers
Last update: 2020-07-31
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