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We are the creators of Scene Fusion, a multi-user scene collaboration tool for Unity!
We are the creators of Scene Fusion, a multi-user scene collaboration tool for Unity!

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We made a video demonstrating how we achieve smooth motion in #unity3d! Check it out!

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New to the concept of data compression or bit packing? Familiar with it but want a refresher? Check out our newest blog where we give an intro to bit packing - full of helpful code snippets! http://www.kinematicsoup.com/news/2016/9/6/data-compression-bit-packing-101?utm_source=Google%20Plus&utm_medium=Post%20click&utm_campaign=Compression%20blog%2Cg%20plus

#gamedevelopment #gamedev #multiplayer #networking #data #compression #indiedev #unity3d #ue4

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Hey everyone! We put together this blog to detail how to achieve smooth motion in #unity3d . I am sure many of you have dealt with stuttering motion before and know that it isn't always the easiest thing to solve. Here's a good way to approach it:

http://www.kinematicsoup.com/news/2016/8/9/rrypp5tkubynjwxhxjzd42s3o034o8?utm_source=gplus&utm_medium=post%20link&utm_campaign=smooth%20motion%20blog%2C%20gplus #gamedevelopment #indiedev #gamedesign 

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This is a great video for any #gamedev  team that works remotely.

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We know that a lot of ‪#‎unity3d‬ developers dislike using scene merging tools. They can cause corruption and sometimes a significant loss of work. Many of our beta users have told us that Scene Fusion has eliminated the need for scene merging all together. Learn more about this interesting use case here: http://www.kinematicsoup.com/news/2016/7/22/an-alternative-to-scene-merging?utm_source=google%20plus&utm_medium=post%20link&utm_campaign=SF%20LP%20July%2022%20scene%20merge%20blog%2C%20g%2B

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Hello everyone,

I wanted to drop by and let you know that we have released a major update enabling object hierarchy syncing for our Unity collaborative scene editing tool!

What this means is that you will no longer have to rely on prefabs in order to use our system. This was a frequently requested feature from our beta users, so we are very excited to be launching this update.

The free open beta is still active, so if you haven’t had a chance to try out multi-user scene editing in Unity, now is a great time!

For more information, visit: kinematicsoup.com/scene-fusion?utm_source=google%20plus%2C%20unity%20group&utm_medium=post%20click&utm_campaign=Google%20plus%2C%20unity%20forums%2C%20sf%20lp

Cheers!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7HURygLXOk

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This is an amazing #gdc16 talk by Bethesda's Nate Purkeypile & +Joel Burgess on modular level design https://youtu.be/QBAM27YbKZg #gamedev #gamedevelopment

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Getting games to market faster has never been more important to game developers. Luckily collaborative teamwork in #unity3d significantly decreases development time.

Want to learn more about how this works? Check out the Scene Fusion page here: http://ow.ly/4nsTpC
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