Programming with Pi
- 5 hours on-demand video
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- 23 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Bring static sprites or 3D models to life with easy-to-reuse code
Create lively User Interface menus
Increase immersion with top-notch camera-shake techniques
- Basic computer literacy
- Use of a computer which can run Unity 2018
Learn how to make your projects beautiful with the power of Pi!
- Create smooth UI effects, immersive Camera-Shake, squishy sprites, and more!
- Get a foundation in C# scripting
- Learn Unity 2018 basics
- Learn concepts which can be applied to other game engines / programming languages
- Make eye-catching portfolio pieces
This course will give you a solid foundation programming in C#; you don’t need any prior experience! But, if you’re a novice or even an experienced programmer who has yet to behold the beauty of programming with Pi, this course is still for you!
You’ll get a thorough understanding of Programming with PI so that you’ll be ready to apply some sine wave magic to your own projects, in Unity and beyond!
No matter what field of programming you are interested in, this course will help you to make some visually appealing projects that will make fantastic portfolio pieces!
- New Lectures are added EVERY Friday!
- PLUS: Got a question? Ask away! Chances are, others will have similar questions, so I may record BONUS videos in response which may go up at any time IN ADDITION to the regular weekly Lecture.
- People who want to make beautiful code-driven animated effects
- People looking to learn some C# fundamentals
- Experienced coders who have not yet learned of the beauty and practicality of the Sine Curve
A quick overview of the programming concepts you'll be learning and what you'll be making in this Section.
The basics of how to navigate Unity's interface.
Section 4 is in development. While I originally created Section 4 at the same time as when I originally released Programming with Pi Section 1, I have taken the opportunity to improve and expand the Section's content. Videos should be releasing weekly from now until the end of the section.