Unity and Adobe announce 3D graphic support for Andriod devices
You knew it was coming. Your personal handheld device (it seems insulting to still call them cell phones) can now support 3D technology. Unity Technologies can now support 3D graphics on Andriods. That’s right. Your Andriod can now give you great 3D effects, just like we’ve seen in similar Apple devices. The announcement, made earlier today, shows just how quickly the 3D movement is gaining momentum.
The Unity 3D plug-ins are found virtually everywhere, so the compatibility options that this creates are endless. From just about every smartphone to tablet computers, this announcement will give almost everyone the ability to enjoy 3D graphics on their favorite hand held device.
Ever tried downloading 3D games from the internet? Good luck, as the time it will take will often deter even the most avid gamer, but with Unity, the plug-in eliminates the loading times. This works for Unity as much as it does for you. See, the benefit for you is obvious, but theirs may not be so noticeable. By giving all of these devices the capability to provide 3D graphics, Unity has ensured that any game developer with the future in mind will design their products to handle the Unity technology, and this ensures staying power.
In addition to Unity’s play at the market, Adobe recently announced that they will offer 3D capability through its Flash player, and any box running it can support 3D graphics. Wow, this is moving quickly, isn’t it? Unity has support features that Flash doesn’t, so this shouldn’t muscle Unity out in any way, but it’s obvious that some serious blows are being fired from both sides. And, who benefits from a battle like this….we do!
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