Posted by Nathan Martz, Product Manager, Google VR
With Google Cardboard and Daydream, our Google VR team is working to bring virtual reality to everyone. In addition to making VR more accessible by using the smartphone in your pocket, we recently launched the Google VR SDK out of beta, with native integration for Unity and UE4, to help make it easier for more developers to join the fold.
To further support and encourage new developers to build VR experiences, we’ve partnered with Udacity to create the VR Developer Nanodegree. Students will learn how to create 3D environments, define behaviors, and make VR experiences comfortable, immersive, and performant.
Even with more than 50 million installs of Google Cardboard apps on Google Play, these are still the early days of VR. Students who complete the VR Developer Nanodegree learn by doing, and will graduate having completed a portfolio of VR experiences.
Learn more and sign up to receive VR Developer Nanodegree program updates at https://www.udacity.com/vr