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iTwin meets Unity

By Matt Gooding

iTwin.js is not just an excellent library for web, desktop, and mobile applications — it’s also an effective foundation for virtual and augmented reality.

I recently recorded a webinar showing how to integrate your iTwin-based digital twin with the Unity game engine. Unity is one of the leading platforms for AR/VR, and by following the instructions in this webinar, you can be streaming your digital twin into your headset in just a few hours.

Please give it a try and let us know what you think on the iTwin.js GitHub discussion forum:




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