Ever wondered what it takes to make a Unity asset? How about how to make the most of your shader design, or how to improve your optimization techniques? Join local developer Jason Booth as he dives into his experiences making the MicroSplat and MegaSplat assets for the Unity app store.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jason spent his first decade in the game industry at Turbine, releasing some of the first graphical massively multiplayer games, including Asheron's Call, Asheron's Call 2, and Dungeons & Dragons Online. He has also worked with Harmonix Music Systems on creating the Guitar Hero and Rock Band franchises, and Conduit Labs, which eventually became Zynga Boston, and at Disruptor Beam, building the client team while focusing on graphics programming and general client side architecture. Jason has lectured at a number of universities including Harvard, MIT, Becker, University of Copenhagen, and the Berklee College of Music, as well as spoken at GDC and other industry conferences many times, and currently has 18 assets on the Unity Asset Store.
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