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Fundamentals of Still Life and Product Photography


Release date:2015, April

Duration:01 h 06 m

Author:David Bode

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

In this lesson, you will discover the basic gear and essentials required to get started with the course. Having the right tools and equipment is essential for a smooth learning experience and to effectively follow along with the lessons. Here are some of the key items you will need:

  1. Computer: You will need a computer capable of running the software used in the course, such as Unity and the coding environment. Ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements for the software.
  2. Unity: Download and install the latest version of Unity, which is the primary game development engine used in the course. Unity is available for both Windows and macOS operating systems.
  3. Code Editor: A code editor is essential for writing and editing scripts in C#. You can choose from various code editors such as Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio, or MonoDevelop, which comes bundled with Unity.
  4. Photon 2: Photon 2 is the networking framework used for multiplayer functionality in the course. You will need to download and set up Photon 2 to integrate it with Unity for multiplayer game development.
  5. Internet Connection: A stable internet connection is necessary to access online resources, download software updates, and work with multiplayer functionality.
  6. Headset or Speakers: Having a headset or speakers will allow you to listen to the course videos and audio instructions comfortably.
  7. Optional: Depending on your learning preferences, you may find it beneficial to have a second monitor to keep the course videos or documentation open while working on your projects.

It’s important to check the specific requirements and recommendations provided by the course instructors to ensure you have the necessary gear and software versions. By having these essentials in place, you will be well-prepared to dive into the course and make the most of your learning experience.

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