Immerse

Getting Started with Immerse SDK 4.2

The Immerse SDK has been re-engineered to make it easier than ever to create and distribute your application, whether you're starting from scratch, or adding it to an existing Unity project.

Our new lightweight approach means you can build single or multi-user content using any of your preferred interactions libraries and easily import existing content in a couple of hours. It’s easy-to-use and allows anyone to build instantly scalable, enterprise-ready applications that can be securely delivered to users and tracked consistently via a single organisational dashboard.

Unity Version

2018

Immerse SDK is developed with and tested against Unity 2018.4.13f1 . For this reason, this is the oldest supported version of Unity.

2019

For our own internal projects, we often utilise the latest versions of Unity 2019. Everything is expected to work as expected with this version, there is however one limitation with WebGL builds, due to the deprecation of asm.js support. More detail can be found on the Building your Application page.

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Getting Started with Immerse SDK 4.2


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