Unity is one of the most widely used game engines for developing video games. In this guide, you’ll learn how to integrate your Arduino based hardware projects with your Unity projects to create interactive experiences.
Data from a 9 DoF sensor is sent over a serial connection from the board to a C# script in Unity. The C# script is set up to affect Unity objects with the incoming data.
This project will show you how to get started with Unity and integrate it with your Arduino sensor projects.
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