- Introduction to the Unity Certified 3D Artist Specialisation
- The Unity Certified 3D Artist Exam
- Introduction to Course 3
- Challenge 1 | UI Design
- Solution 1 | UI Design | Part 1
- Solution 1 | UI Design | Part 2
- Solution 1 | UI Design | Part 3
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions
Explore the nuances of a Unity 3D designer and crack the Unity certified 3D artist exam with the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions online course.
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Self study, Classroom
Mode of Delivery Video and Text Based
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions programme is the third course in the Unity Certified 3D Artist Specialisation from Unity Technologies. 3D artists are vital to the Unity development pipeline. They act as a bridge between programmers and artists. By taking this programme, you will be on your path to crack the Unity Certified 3D Artist examination and become a Unity 3D artist.
The Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions course will cover all the essential topics aligned to the exam. Moreover, it also includes hands-on exercises, wherein you will be challenged to complete art implementation tasks in Unity. The syllabus also covers the Kitchen Configurator application, UI design, and incorporating VR.
By the end of the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions course by Coursera, you will be adept in a myriad of skills such as 3D designing, creating a graphics pipeline, creative coding, and many others. You also have the opportunity to set your own course deadlines, as it’s a flexible course. Your instructor for the course will be Joy Horvath from Unity Technologies.
- Offered by Unity Technologies
- Intermediate-level training with certification
- 100% online
- Video lectures in English
- Subtitles in multiple languages
- Takes approximately seven hours to complete
- Unity technologies online course
- Intermediate level
- Shareable completion certificate
- Seven hours duration
Course and certificate fees
Type of course
You can get free admission into the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions certification course. However, with a subscription fee, you can avail additional benefits like certification.
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions course fee structure
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions – Audit only
Free to audit.
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions – Certificate
certificate providing authority
Who it is for
The Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions training programme is ideal for those who want their first-paying job to be that of a Unity 3D artist. It’s also well-suited to enthusiasts looking to earn professional credentials.
To get the most out of the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions course, you must have at least one-two years of experience implementing 3D art in Unity. Moreover, you should be comfortable with importing assets from the Digital Content Creation (DCC) tools into Unity, working with lighting, prototyping scenes, and adding effects and particles.
Basic understanding of animation, working with scripts, and 2D asset management is also preferred. Lastly, you should be familiar with multi-platform development, including XR (VR and AR) platforms and the product development lifecycle.
To receive the certificate, you need to complete the course successfully along with the graded quizzes.
What you will learn
After finishing the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions syllabus, you will be adept in:
- UI Design
- Creative coding
- Creating a graphics pipeline
- Affinity designing
- 3D designing
Step 1 – Visit the official website to open the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions online course web page.
Step 2 – Select the ‘Enroll for Free’ button on the top. You will be prompted to sign in or register.
Step 3 – Create a Coursera account by linking your Google or Facebook account. Alternately, you can use enter your email address and full name and generate a new password to join.
Step 4 – Two access options will appear on the screen – paid and free. Choose the desired option and select ‘Continue.’
Step 5 – With the free plan, you would instantly enrol in the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions programme. With the paid option, you will have to pay the fee first.
Filling the form
Enrolment in Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions training doesn’t involve filling in any application forms. Sign in using your Coursera credentials and select the “Enrol For Free” option to begin learning. If you don’t have an existing Coursera account, create one by simply using your email address. Or, you can also sign up using your Google account or ID.
Week 1: UI Design
Week 2: Adding Interactivity
- Challenge 2 | Adding Interactivity
- Solution 2 | Adding Interactivity
Week 3: Interpreting for XR Development
- Challenge 3 | Interpreting for XR Development
- Solution 3 | Interpreting for XR Development
Week 4: Course Final Project
Challenge 4 | Peer Review Project
Financial aid is made available by Coursera for those who wish to earn the credentials but can't afford the cost. An application form must be filled to get financial aid. While filling the form, you must furnish details like your educational qualifications, income, and how the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions certificate will help you advance in your career.
How it helps
Some of the Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions benefits include flexible learning, hands-on exercises, and expert faculty. The course provides an all-around learning experience by delivering its content through various mediums like video lectures, exercises, and readings. It also helps you prepare for the Unity Certified 3D Artist examination.
A course completion certificate is also offered, provided that you have paid for the certificate experience. This certificate is easily shareable across various channels like LinkedIn, CV, and resume. With the skills and the certificate, you can easily claim lucrative job roles.
The course is four weeks long.
It takes approximately seven hours to finish the course.
No, this course is an intermediate-level course.
This course is mentored by Joy Horvath from Unity Technologies.
Integrating Scripts for Scene Interactions doesn’t carry any university credit. However, some universities accept the certificate for credit. You can confirm it with your university.
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