Unity was one of the main focuses of my degree as it’s a very powerful program used to make software, games and applications. I use this on a daily basis in my current role at Laing O’Rourke and previously at Amplified Robot. In my free time, I enjoy making helpful tools and applications to advance my skills and knowledge of Unity and C#.
Powerless is the first game released by Narratio Studios. It’s a choice based narrative game set in apocalyptic London. It has been featured as the Apple App store Game of the Day and presented at several exhibitions.
Medical Realities is a virtual reality platform that delivers surgical training. Surgeons dictate over 360° videos of surgeries. It’s available on multiple platforms. My role was to help create a comfortable immersive and interactive user interface.
Meteor Maths Book
The 4th update to Meteor Maths Book was built in Unity. Using my skills in the program I managed to implement many new features including new animations, better physics and particle systems. The update is available now for £0.99.
During my time at University we briefly went over sorting algorithms although unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time to code them. In this project, I have managed to use that knowledge and extended research to make a demo of 4 (Bubble, Selection, Quick and Insertion) sorting algorithms using C# and Unity.
This project made in Unity allows the user to zip and unzip folders and files. It uses the UniZIP plugin, but with alterations to allow the user to easily add passwords to the zip folder. They are also able to save files in a location without overwriting existing folders. In the future, I plan to turn this into a fully integrated piece of software on my PC.
Apple ARKit Unity Demo
During the first days of the launch of the Apple AR Kit, I tasked myself with learning the basics using Unity. I wanted to know what the pros and cons were of using the software compared to other AR APIs.