Welcome and thanks for checking out Unity Simulation! Unity Simulation is in closed beta so please visit https://unity.com/simulation to sign up and get access to the documentation referenced below! We hope you enjoy using the service. Please reach out to us at simulation-help if you have any questions. Note: The documentation links are currently only available to signed up beta participants. Unity Simulation Documentation Unity Simulation allows you to run different simulations using Unity. Pre-Requisites to installing Unity Simulation You should install a compatible version of Unity that is listed below. Please make sure to include linux build support in your installation. Unity Account Unity Cloud Project Unity version >= 2018.3.f1 Unity version >= 2019.3 for using the Scriptable Render Pipeline Supported platforms: Windows10+ and OS X 10.13+ Linux build support required Please refer to the Installing pre-requisites guide for a step by side guide to installing the above pre-requisites. Unity Simulation Guides Unity Simulation Concepts Definitions and explanations of Unity Simulation specific terms. QuickStart tutorial Overview of running a simulation on Unity Simulation using the USim CLI. Unity Simulation SDK Overview of integrating the Unity Simulation SDK into a Unity project and how to collect data and image captures from a running simulation. Unity Linux build Overview of how to test or troubleshoot a Linux build locally from a non Linux OS. Linux Build Testing Overview of how to test or troubleshoot a Linux build locally from a non Linux OS. Sample Roll-A-Ball tutorial Sample Unity project with Unity Simulation SDK and AppParam support already integrated for reference and testing. Simultaneous Capture Overview of how to correlate image and data captured by the Unity Simulation SDK. Tiers How tiers affect resource allowance and usage.