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Unity today announced that its GDC keynote will be taking place on Monday, March 18 at 5PM PT at 846 Mission Street in San Francisco, Calif., and will be broadcast Live. With Unity at the center of the gaming ecosystem, the Keynote kicks off a full week of technology reveals and programming at the Unity Booth (Booth S249, S127, and S227 in the Moscone Center), Unity Central (30 3rd Street) and online on the Unity GDC Hub.
Performance by Default will be on full display, showcasing how developers will be able to achieve the benefits of multi-threaded performance for build targets of all ranges, all without the heavy programming headache. Unity will also showcase its next-level rendering technologies, focused on giving teams the ability to achieve beautiful visuals, whether they are targeting high-end or low-end platforms.
Invites to attend the Unity GDC Keynote will be sent in the coming weeks, and spaces are limited. Unity is also hosting viewing parties in its offices across San Francisco, Bellevue and Montreal where members of the development community can watch the Livestream along with Unity employees in those locations.
Unity Brings Largest Booth in Its History
At GDC 2019 the company will have its largest booth ever – 12,000 square feet which includes a theater packed with developer talks, the Answer Bar where creators can meet with Unity experts and partners, and hands-on experiences that will immerse attendees in the latest technology. Several sessions will be streamed; for a full slate of programming please check the Unity GDC Hub.
In addition to its booth, Unity is also represented across several sessions at the show:
Assisted Artistry: Applying Deep Learning to Games Content Creation (Natasha Tatarchuk, Vice President of Graphics)
Evolving Mixed Reality: Designing on the Real World (Jono Forbes, Senior Software Engineer)
Mental Models and Systems for Spatial Computing (Timoni West, Director of XR Research)
Everyone Watching This is Fired (Mike Acton, Principal Engineer)
Math for Game Developers: Inside Neural Networks (Michael Buttner, Principal Research Engineer)
Super Powering Technical Artists Using Deep Learning (Cesar Romero, Principal Machine Learning Engineer)
From the Trenches: Moving the Diversity Needle in Community Management (Deborah Oyeyinka, Social Media and Community Manager)
Unity Central Welcomes All Visitors, No Badge Needed
With GDC taking place in Unity’s backyard, the company is once again opening its doors to all members of the game development community. All visitors are welcome at Unity Central (30 3rd Street) where they can get access to Unity’s technology and the people who build them, all without the need of a badge. Additionally, Unity is providing quiet places to have conversations, comfortable seating, places to charge and other amenities such as food and beverage. Happy Hours will also be hosted at this location by invitation.
Unity Developer Day
Taking place at Moscone West (Room 3022) the Unity Developer Day is a full day of customized sessions for GDC badge holders. Topics are technical and will range from beginner to advanced, including deep dives into the Unity 2019 Roadmap and Project Tiny, Unity’s runtime and Editor mode designed to build games and experiences that can load instantly. Attendance is first come, first served.
Unity at the Center of the Game Development Ecosystem
Unity powers more than 50% of all new mobile games, and reaches more than 3 billion devices worldwide. This is only possible because of Unity’s role of partnering with industry leaders such as Apple, Google, NVIDIA, Sony Playstation, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo Switch, Oculus Rift, and Autodesk to optimize the Unity platform for each of these platforms and workflows.