Unity Engine

Compiled by inTech

Unity is a game engine that can be used to create 2D and 3D games. It allows you to import & assemble assets, write scripts to interact with objects, create or import animations, and so much more.


The following are links to recordings of the Unity meeting(s). You may need to be signed in with your Broward College Zoom account in order to access the link. Sign in with SSO.

Along with these inTech meeting recordings, a professor at the CSIT department has an entire YouTube channel dedicated to posting recordings that are Unity tutorials for his Immersive Technologies courses. View his channel below:


Click on the icon below to view the GitHub repository for the Dialogue System meeting, or copy the .git link to your clipboard to clone through the command line.

Vuforia & Augmented Reality

This is an engine that allows you to do various functions within the world of Augmented Reality. We were using this in the Summer of 2019 with the help of a past officer, Joel. Linked below is his YouTube series on it.


Assets Store

Here are some of our favorite assets from Unity’s Asset Store! If you would like to see more free assets, take a look at this page.

Best Picks


WebGL is one of the easiest ways to export a game with Unity. For more information on alternative export methods, take a look at this page.