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Welcome to VR Challenge #2, where this month's theme is: "Geometry"!!
See more details, visit the VR Challenge website: https://steampunk.digital/en/vr-challenge/
People from all skill levels and backgrounds can join the VR Challenge. Keep in mind the shared goal of collaborating, learning, and sharing among your peers. The only hardware requirement is a Quest 2 VR headset. Experiences can be built with anything from Unity and Unreal Engine, to WebXR, to directly linking Sketchfab.
One of the goals of this challenge is to level-up everyone's ability to create amazing VR experiences.
Join us on Discord, and feel free to ask your peers any questions you might have.
Try not to be too serious. The VR Challenge is here for us to share great experiences, create new friends, and make great memories. Look out for each other, learn, create and have fun.
See the VR Challenge #1 !!
Please follow the Global Game Jam Code of Conduct. https://globalgamejam.org/inclusiveness-policy-and-code-conduct
If there's a problem, you can let any of the admins know in private on Discord.
People from all skill levels and backgrounds can join the VR Challenge. Keep in mind the shared goal of collaborating, learning, and sharing among your peers.
One of the goals of this challenge is to level-up everyone's ability to create amazing VR experiences. So you must share any code and assets used for creating your VR experience. Make sure you are legally allowed to share all content without breaking any legal agreements. For example, don't use a Mickey Mouse 3D model or Disney will get angry. Don't share code belonging to your employer or anyone else other than yourself, nor upload anything that is under non-disclosure (NDA) or other legal agreements.
You own your own work! But please don't forget to state the licensing of all uploaded content (including code, assets, and binaries). The project must be under an appropriate open source license; BSD, MIT, Apache, or public domain.
For dependencies from Unity/Unreal Engine Asset Stores; packages must be freely available or use a demo version.