VR Game Development: 7-Step Roadmap to Success (2022)

VR game development is rapidly becoming a popular investment. The number of VR headsets sold worldwide during the last 2 years exceeds 10 million. VR games running on those headsets generate millions of dollars in revenue annually. The VR applications market is currently valued at $15 billion. It is expected to enjoy multi-fold growth by 2021. And it is games taking the biggest share of this market!

Sounds like another big winner, doesn`t it?

Major companies, like Facebook, Google and Microsoft, are joining the VR industry. Sony, Samsung, Apple and HTC are conceptually designing new VR devices to make VR hardware more affordable for the mass-consumer market. Now we can choose from a wide range of VR equipment— from light and inexpensive mobile VR gear to heavy and expensive VR consoles. In this range, each hardware solution assumes its own level of equipment complexity and cost. The same goes for games running on that equipment. In a later article, we will review the possible costs of VR game development in detail.

In this article, read which steps each VR game producer must take to develop a VR game and publish it in Steam, Viveport, Weavr, Oculus, Google Play, Apple APP or any other app store.

VR Game Development: 7-Step Roadmap to Success (1)

When planning your VR game development , consider these 7 steps as a roadmap for you :

1 You must find (or generate) a fresh game idea

You must find (or generate) a fresh game idea.

You must find answers to these—and similar—questions:

  • Who is your target audience player?
  • What WOW moments does your game have?
  • What emotions does your game trigger?
  • Why should your game use VR?

At this stage, prepare a game scenario you can share with your developer. Also, either you or a hired game producer (or in collaboration) should work on the game design document with user stories. This work is normally included in VR game cost.

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2 Choose the target VR devices for your game

Basically, you can choose from the following five solutions:

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Light Mobile VR like Google Cardboard and similar solutions

Google Cardboard often looks like a simple headset with two lenses and fasteners holding a smartphone. However, Google sets definite requirements for the headset, smartphone, and third-party software so that their combination may be called “Google Cardboard”. Light Mobile is a good choice if your game does not require motion sensors and head movements. It is the least expensive VR headset you can find—$10 special offer on the official Google store. A free VR Software Kit (for mobile technology) works in this case.

Premium Mobile VR (Gear VR, Daydream, etc.)

Premium mobile VR devices (Daydream and Samsung VR) are also using smartphones to engage users into a VR world. However, those devices have additional set of sensors (in particular, for head movements) enriching user experience comparably with less complicated viewers. The price for a new Daydream VR set starts at $83 on Ebay.com.

PC VR-headsets (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, etc.)

PC-based VR-headsets make it possible to immerge more deeply into Virtual Reality by means of larger PC screens and more powerful PC processors. For those viewers, it is possible to develop more complicated applications. The price for new PC VR-headsets varies from $499 for Windows Mixed Reality at Windows store, $529.99 for HTC Vive on Ebay.com and $800 on Amazon.com.

Standalone solutions (Oculus Go, Oculus Quest)

Oculus Go headset does not require a PC or an external play station to work, it has its own embedded processor and memory. Oculus also has its own software platform for VR games development that also supports Unity and Unreal game engines. The cost for such devices starts at $199 for Oculus Go on Amazon and $399 for Oculus Quest also on Amazon.

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Console VR (Sony PlayStation VR)

PlayStation VR is a VR headset designed to work in conjunction with PlayStation 4, PlayStation Eye camera and DualShock and Move controllers. It should also work with PlayStation 5 (coming soon, as the producer promises). Sony suggests a partnership program and special licensing covering all the legal aspects of their VR games development for those who would like to develop applications for their PlayStation. The cost for the official Sony PlayStation VR bundles starts at $250.80 on Amazon, but you will also need Sony PlayStation 4 hardware to connect to it. PlayStation 4 console can be purchased for $281.95 on Amazon.

3 Choose the type of graphics for your VR game in development

A Virtual Reality game development cost depends significantly on the game’s design. Each type of design mentioned below has its own advantages. You can start creating VR content on your own or ask professionals for help. An expert consultant assists in choosing the type of graphics that would work best for your game purposes. The four types of design include:

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2D graphics

Though 3D is available already, 2D design still claims top position for virtual games. It can look very professional, detailed and complex, and be on a par with 3D. The cost for 2D-game-design development could be low if you choose DIY editors or quite high if you decide to hire professionals and create something elaborate.

3D graphics

Sometimes 3D graphics could be easier to create than 2D depending on the game parameters. In addition, 3D looks completely different! Game engines like Unity or Unreal engine are the most popular and comfortable tools for 3D-VR-game development.

Photorealistic graphics

Photorealistic graphics, especially the one imitating nature, normally requires significant investment of time and budget.

360 panoramic video

It is already possible to add 360-degree-panoramic view as the backend for VR games. Cost for a 360-video shot is not expensive but adding interactive elements to the video presents a challenge!

4 Choose the development platform for your game

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Your next decision: choose the VR game development software. Though there is a definite diversity of software tools on the market, the serious choice lies between two proven VR game engines: Unity and Unreal. Our development team leans toward the Unity engine for the following reasons:

  • Unity supports both 2D and 3D graphics.
  • Unity supports such popular programming languages as C#, UnityScript, and Boo.
  • Unity supports of ALL mobile, desk, web and console platforms.
  • Free Unity version supports Mac OS X, Android, iOS, Windows.
  • Paid Pro version supports Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and even Sony PlayStation;
  • Unity has the longest track record of games developed for mobile platforms.
  • Unity was used to develop Call of Duty, one of the most complex and popular games for now.
  • Unity enjoys a vast community of developers.
  • Unity has plenty of plugins and helpful tools.
  • Unity supports a wide range of asset formats.
  • Unity creates quite functional games quickly and easily.

Unity does not provide access to its source code. However, any problem can be resolved with the help of its wide and welcoming developers’ community.

Some facts about Unreal Engine VR game development software to consider:

  • Well-suited for console-based games.
  • Provides an open source code that is comfortable for developers.
  • Appropriate for large projects with heavy 3D graphics.

5 Choose the developer and define your VR game cost

Choice of developer for your VR game is a really important step because it completely defines your game implementation success.

VR game development has definite peculiarities and challenges. When a developer already knows them, he can avoid making mistakes in the new game.

An experienced team saves you time and money. They overcome any technical challenges quickly; whereas, a newbie gets tangled up in each and every technical problem.

Lack of experience costs you time: your anticipated timeline slips. Your planned launch is delayed. What does this mean? It means you lose money twice:

  • paying the newbie developer while he is spinning his wheels
  • loss in revenue because of launch delay

You do not want that to happen.

At the first glance, rates for an experienced team might seem high compared to a newbie’s rates. But in the end, you get great work for a reasonable price—timelines seldom, if ever, slips because of them. If you chose somebody new in the VR sphere, you might have to suffer through numerous alterations and iterations costing you additional time and money.

The cost for your VR game might vary considerably depending on all the factors listed above in our article, including:

  • target hardware
  • chosen graphics and development platform
  • game scenario and desired functionality

An expert team—like IT Craft–gives you advice on all the relevant factors to help you choose the best possible options for your game. Companies like IT Craft play the long game: they do their best for each of their clients.

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6 Game Research and development

Game creation has its own peculiarities. It is good practice to test the game early and often. Start first with a very simple prototype (MVP) to ensure it is super interesting for players. Regular tests after each development iteration also elicit feedback from players—feedback you might consider later, down the development road.

Such a seemingly slow, step-by-step approach gives greater clarity to go in the right direction from the very beginning, by adopting game scenarios based on user feedback during the development. This kind of approach is better than having to rebuild the whole game from the ground up because you failed to show respect to your target market and get feedback from them before completing it.

And they found it lacking and not to their taste.

Yes, a game scenario requires testing, as well as functional implementation. Game technology means developing quickly. Various game platforms and VR hardware exhibit their own challenges and limitations all the time. To accomplish this, developers must keep on top of the latest VR game development innovations when developing a new game.

Another reason why you should choose an experienced software development team: they keep pace with innovations and stay on top of the game.

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7 Publishing

Another important step: publish your game in the market where players will be able to find it. Markets normally provide a range of requirements the game must meet to be presented to the public.

You could publish your game yourself. Better yet, choose a third-party service providing guidance in this process (like Things3D, for example).

The main markets for VR games include:

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Conclusion – Summary of tips from our experienced VR game development company

Summing up, we can state that creating a VR game is a project not unlike bringing up a baby:). You must prepare yourself to go the long haul with different steps that, at times, might not be easy but could bring you a great reward in the future. The more you invest in your VR game idea and implementation, the greater your chances of bringing a great product to the world.

An additional challenge VR games present is that, besides an original idea for scenario and graphics, you also need a good technical understanding of what is necessary:

  • what device will be used for you game play,
  • what limitations and possibilities it provides,
  • what technical platforms and engines would be suitable for the chosen device constraints.

VR technologies are comparably new and develop quickly. You need input from a technical expert about your game project—unless you are a VR game developer yourself.

IT Craft company is here to be in lock step with you on this challenging journey. We are VR geeks and are always ready to help you from development to launch , keeping the final VR game cost to your budget expectations. After launch? We do not desert you after launch. Ask us about our policy and promise.

Investing in VR games development is a great opportunity to take your share in a quickly developing and promising market. So, hurry up and reserve your portion of reward that is predicted to grow in the nearest years!

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FAQs:

  • How do you become a VR game developer?

    There is no ready-made formula on how to become a VR game developer. But there is a short roadmap with a list of must-have skills and competences.

    Check it out:

    First, a future VR game developer must learn how to program in order to work with VR engines. This can be C# (Unity) or C++ (Unreal Engine). Other programming languages can be a good help at the beginning. For example, WebVR is used to create VR experiences in a browser. It is based on an open standard with a JavaScript API.

    Still, programming knowledge on its own is not sufficient.

    Second, a VR game developer needs to learn the specifics of working in a chosen 3D environment. Unity and Unreal Engine work differently. Also, when making a VR game for a smartphone, developers must be able to use an SDK for Android / iPhone.

    Third, a VR game developer needs specific knowledge on how VR hardware works. VR manufacturers supply their helmets with different controllers. Also, for some VR gear, objects can move in three directions, for the others in six directions.

    Fourth, you need resources, mostly 3D models. You can buy them from 3D designers. However, if you want to create them on your own, you must learn how to work with programs such as Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3D Max, David SL2, and others.

    Fifth, hardware. Be prepared to invest in your PC because VR game development relies on heavy graphics calculations. Hence, it requires high-end hardware. Also, VR developers need VR gear in order to test their game, plus scanners and 360 cameras for advanced apps.

  • How much does it cost to develop a VR game?

    The cost of a VR game ranges from $10,000 to $250,000+ depending on the feature list, complexity of the game play, and the number of VR models or videos.

    Elements directly affect the price of VR game development include:

    • game type
    • graphics quality
    • complexity of the game world
    • amount of content to be integrated into the gaming world
    • number of target platforms
    • licensing for the use of third-party tools and APIs
    • testing devices

    A simple VR game starts from $10,000. It has a simple design and menu, limited number of 3D models, and 1or 2 key features.

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    Costs of a medium VR game start from $30,000. They include a customized menu, wide number of assets, and complex feature list. The game can also target more than one VR platform.

    A high-end VR game will cost from $100,000 with no set cost limit. It has advanced graphics quality, varied game play, and a rich feature list. Costs of such a customized VR game are hard to predict due to a high degree of complexity delivering amazing results.

    Remember, the app needs maintenance. This makes 10 – 15% of the total development price per year.

    What a difference a month makes!

    If you have an idea of a simple VR game, it can be delivered to you within just one month (20 working days, 160 hours). This can be a 360-degree video app containing up to three videos or an app with up to three models.

    Do you want one?

  • How long does it take to develop a VR game?

    Short answer: from one month to two years.

    Long answer:

    Simple demo VR games with 1 – 2 core features and several models inside can be done within one or two months.

    Projects of medium complexity take longer. Usually, the development team needs 3 – 6 months from requirements to app release.

    Complex, fully featured apps require more time for successful project completion. Normally, the timeline for an advanced project starts at 6 months. When the customer wants a custom content management system for his or her assets, branded design, elaborated UX, and other expert-level features, the development time can extend to at least one year.

    Rule of thumb: once you have your idea and financing in place, strive to launch as soon as reasonably possible. It is possible both to meet gamers’ expectations and to launch within an acceptable timeline. To make this happen, find a team able to provide you with a realistic estimate and keep its promises.

  • Is it hard to make a VR game?

    Yes, it is.

    And, it is almost impossible with no previous experience.

    Definitely impossible to do solo.

    First, the VR game needs an elaborate, powerful game scenario. Users must be sure why they want to play a VR game. They must be aware this game is not possible without VR.

    Second, launching a VR game requires specific skills in:

    • graphics and game design
    • sound design
    • UX
    • app development
    • testing
    • server maintenance

    …and more.

    One person cannot combine all these skills at an expert level.

    Third, the game gets no traction without marketing, promotion, and communication with interested parties. There must be a PR manager engaged in media marketing (i.e., working with digital media, influencers, game publishing platforms). Also, it is beneficial to have someone working directly with the gaming community to ensure gamers’ questions are answered quickly.

    Therefore, a successful VR game is the result of work by several teams.

    This is where IT Craft can free you from hassles on the technical side of your project. You hire an established VR development team and focus on the business side. We do the rest.

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FAQs

Is VR game development difficult? ›

It's not easy to make a VR game. You will need an extensive background in computer programming and VR development. While it may be more difficult to create high-end PC virtual reality games than VR games for iPhone, you will still need some impressive knowledge.

How long does it take to develop a VR game? ›

The average development time for a VR training program is 8-10 weeks or more, but some projects can be completed in as quick as 4 weeks or as long as 6 months or more. VR program development time is dependent on the three phases of development and the factors that go into each phase.

What are various steps in VR? ›

This attribute of VR is applicable to many different types of training.
...
  • Step 1: Examine your curriculum. ...
  • Step 2: Identify opportunities for testing. ...
  • Step 3: Start testing with linear and interactive 360 video. ...
  • Step 4: Measure results.
21 Jun 2018

Do VR developers make money? ›

VR Developer Salary. $57,500 is the 25th percentile. Salaries below this are outliers. $112,000 is the 75th percentile.

What skills do VR developers need? ›

Skills You Will Need for a Career in AR/VR
  • A Computer Science or Related Degree. ...
  • Programming Skills. ...
  • Experience With Building Solutions. ...
  • A Basic Understanding of Extended Reality. ...
  • An Understanding of Good User Experience Design. ...
  • 3D Animation and Modeling Skills. ...
  • A Constantly-Updated View on Trends.
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What features are important for a successful VR experience? ›

The virtual environment should provide users with an environment in which they are completely immersed. The VR artist should focus on the atmosphere, engaging factor, and entertaining factor so that the experience is immersive and users should feel that they are a part of the game or environment they are in.

What coding language is used for VR? ›

C# is one of the most used languages for VR development, and it's all thanks to Unity. Unity initially started as a game development framework but over the past few years it has begun to slowly transition to an all-purpose media creation tool.

Why is VR so successful? ›

It's a Great Training Tool

And because VR is so immersive, it provides a realistic and practical way to learn. This is why VR is being used by businesses and organizations worldwide. Virtual reality is becoming more popular for several reasons. VR provides a unique and immersive way to interact with others.

How much money do VR games make? ›

The VR gaming industry earned $1.1 billion in 2020.

Although its entry point is still significantly more expensive than consoles for the average consumer, VR statistics confirm that the VR gaming industry is steadily growing. Analysts predict this industry will be earning $2.4 billion a year by 2024.

How much do VR game creators make? ›

The national average salary for a VR Game Developer is $82,805 per year in United States.

How much does a VR developer cost? ›

Depending on the level of expertise, it can cost between $200 or more an hour to hire a 3D designer and anywhere from $200 to $300 an hour for a developer or programmer. The level of user activity, number of interactions, types of interactions, and the virtual setting all have an effect on the number of hours needed.

What are 3 types of virtual reality? ›

There are 3 primary categories of virtual reality simulations used today: non-immersive, semi-immersive, and fully-immersive simulations.

Which technology is used in virtual reality? ›

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated environment with scenes and objects that appear to be real, making the user feel they are immersed in their surroundings. This environment is perceived through a device known as a Virtual Reality headset or helmet.

Which two features are most important for virtual reality? ›

1 Answer. Frame rate and latency are most important for Virtual Reality to provide a smooth and enjoyable experience for the user.

Is VR a career? ›

The virtual reality career path typically involves an entry-level career working as an associate or junior developer. You can then progress towards working as a full-time VR developer who handles projects independently and manages a team.

Is there a future for VR gaming? ›

The growth has been not just steady but almost exponential. The size of VR gaming revenue amounted to $400 million in 2017, but it grew to $1.1 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $2.4 billion in 2024.

How can I get rich from metaverse? ›

  1. Buy And Sell Real Estate. The most common way to earn money in the metaverse is to buy virtual land and then sell it later at a profit. ...
  2. Trade Metaverse Token. ...
  3. Play To Earn Games. ...
  4. Create An Online Store. ...
  5. Participate In Concerts. ...
  6. Create And Sell NFTS. ...
  7. Rent Out Your Land. ...
  8. Run eCommerce Business.
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What are the 4 key elements to virtual reality? ›

Virtual Reality comprises 4 primary elements: virtual world, immersion, sensory feedback, and interactivity.

What is the most important component for VR? ›

GPU. Your graphics processing unit is the most important component to consider when building your VR PC, as it's more critical than ever to maintain the recommended 90 FPS framerate.

What is the most important technical challenge in VR? ›

Latency. Latency in drawing new content is the biggest technical challenge AR and VR face today, and has been since the inception of these ideas.

How do you describe the goal of virtual reality? ›

The goal of VR is to provide human beings with a virtual environment where we can interact with a computer just as we do in the real world, that is, by talking with a virtual human in a spoken language, by writing a letter, or by drawing a picture.

What is the best VR experience? ›

Meta Quest 2

The Quest 2 is “VR for Everyone,” according to our review back in 2020, because it offers the absolute best VR experience for non-gamers and gamers alike. The visuals are sharp, the controls are easy to use and there's nothing to plug in or mount on the wall—the headset is fully self-contained.

What code is metaverse written in? ›

JavaScript

For modern AR and VR web-based apps, JavaScript is the programming language of choice. JavaScript is a good choice whether you're creating a blockchain-based digital product or directly coding for new metaverse experiences like virtual reality gaming.

How do I become a VR developer? ›

When it comes to building up skills in virtual reality development, there are a few ways to get started.
  1. Build a Strong Foundation. ...
  2. Choose a Particular Platform and Master It. ...
  3. Make The Best Use of Free Resources. ...
  4. Stay Up-To-Date With New VR Developments.
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Can I learn AR VR without coding? ›

To involve more users and to make AR/ VR more accessible to people, the industry offers several tools and platforms that allow anybody to create any sort of interactive experience without any prior knowledge of coding.

Is VR the future of learning? ›

VR opens up the possibility of learning that we have never experienced before and it has the potential to change the way we educate and learn forever. With the technology steadily becoming more advanced, students will become more engaged with the classroom and therefore be able to absorb information more effectively.

How VR will change the future? ›

VR technologies will make smartphones smarter, and many more smart tools like VR goggles, VR devices will flood the market. With VR, we can enjoy history (which is boring theoretically), can explore the space (from Earth), can see the surface of the moon in 3D and much more.

What is the impact of virtual reality? ›

Users of virtual reality games have reported a host of troubling effects, including damage to their vision, disorientation, and even seizures. In addition to this, using VR carries a very real risk of injury. Players have suffered from broken bones, torn ligaments, and even electric shocks.

Is it easier to make a VR game in Unity or Unreal? ›

There isn't a simple answer, with both Unity and Unreal offering their own features and benefits that are great for VR development. Unity is easier to use, more widely documented, and has better mobile compatibility than Unreal Engine.

How much do VR game creators make? ›

The national average salary for a VR Game Developer is $82,805 per year in United States.

Is VR development a good career? ›

Virtual reality is projected to have an incredible impact on almost every industry, including healthcare, education, retail, and even the military. With the amount of potential and promise shown by virtual reality, there has never been a better time to jump on board and pursue a career within this growing technology.

How do you become a VR game developer? ›

When it comes to building up skills in virtual reality development, there are a few ways to get started.
  1. Build a Strong Foundation. ...
  2. Choose a Particular Platform and Master It. ...
  3. Make The Best Use of Free Resources. ...
  4. Stay Up-To-Date With New VR Developments.
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Which Engine is best for VR? ›

Top 6 Virtual Reality (VR) Game Engines
  • Unity.
  • Unreal Engine.
  • 3ds Max Design.
  • Maya.
  • Amazon Lumberyard.
  • CryEngine.
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Which game Engine is better for VR? ›

Truth: Unreal Engine 4 can be used for VR/AR development, 2D games, 3D and mobile development alike. It is true that Unreal is used far more often on PC games while Unity is dominating the mobile game market.

Should I use Unity 5 or Unreal Engine 4 as a beginner? ›

If you're a beginner looking to publish your first title, Unity's user-friendliness and royalty-free pricing structure is an attractive option. However, if you're looking to feature superior graphics within your game and have access to a wide knowledge base, Unreal is a better fit.

Is VR gaming profitable? ›

The annual revenue of the VR market will reach $4.8 billion in 2021. Facebook shipped 2 million Oculus Quest 2 units in Q1 2021 alone. acebook shipped 2 million Oculus Quest 2 units in Q1 2021 alone. The VR gaming industry earned $1.1 billion in 2020.

Is VR a career? ›

The virtual reality career path typically involves an entry-level career working as an associate or junior developer. You can then progress towards working as a full-time VR developer who handles projects independently and manages a team.

Is VR developer in demand? ›

The global VR market is set to grow from less than $5 billion in 2021 to over $12 billion by 2024. Even before the announcement by Facebook that they were changing their name to Meta Platforms, VR jobs were highly in demand. As of 2019, demand for AR/VR engineers had surged by 1,400%.

How much does a VR developer make a year? ›

Virtual Reality Developer salary in India ranges between ₹ 1.3 Lakhs to ₹ 12.6 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 7.0 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 15 salaries received from Virtual Reality Developers.

What is the salary of AR VR developer? ›

Ar Vr Developer salary in India ranges between ₹ 2.0 Lakhs to ₹ 7.2 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 2.8 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 7 salaries received from Ar Vr Developers.

Is VR a future? ›

THE FUTURE OF VIRTUAL REALITY

Virtual Reality is one of the technologies with the highest projected potential for growth. According to the latest forecasts from IDC Research (2018), investment in VR and AR will multiply 21-fold over the next four years, reaching 15.5 billion euros by 2022.

What language is VR coded in? ›

C# C# is one of the most used languages for VR development, and it's all thanks to Unity. Unity initially started as a game development framework but over the past few years it has begun to slowly transition to an all-purpose media creation tool.

What software is used for virtual reality? ›

Oculus, the well-known provider of VR platforms, like Oculus Rift S, Oculus Quest, and Oculus Go also offers powerful VR development software, named Medium. It's a comprehensive tool, which allows you to create 3D assets. You can sculpt, model, and paint the VR assets you create.

How do I start my own VR experience? ›

Creating VR content typically involves these three steps.
  1. Step 1: Create an outline and goal, then turn it into a detailed flowchart with clear learning objectives. ...
  2. Step 2: Create assets that meet learning goals. ...
  3. Step 3: Developer writes custom scripts and makes the content playable through authoring tools.

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