Unity isn’t just for games. The powerful 3D engine can be used to created educational assets, like the medical visualization featured in this three-part series: an animated 3D human heart. In the third course of the series, instructor Alan Thorn focuses on adding usability features—a camera control system created with C# and Cinemachine—and creating the final build for deployment on Android mobile devices. Learn how to create user-friendly controls, make any necessary adaptations for mobile, and create and test the Android build file. These final steps help you achieve a beautiful and functional visualization to share with your students.
Topics includes: Adding rotation and zoom functionality Converting controls for mobile devices Adjusting for mobile resolutions Creating a mobile build: an APK file Testing your mobile app Reviewing the final project