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Vuforia Vision Awards $10,000 Prize for Unity Developers’ Choice Award

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Aurore, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. Aurore

    Aurore

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    The Vuforia Vision Awards contest is here! If your Unity made app utilises Qualcomm® Vuforia™ vision-based technology then you could be in for some awesome prizes!

    There are 6 categories in this years contest, one of them being Unity's Developers' Choice Award where Unity developers vote for their favourite app. The prizes (on top of the normal prizes) for this category are;
    • US$10,000 cash prize
    • US$200 Unity Asset Store voucher (provided by Unity)
    • Two (2) complimentary tickets to a 2016 Unite event of the winner’s choice (provided by Unity)
    You can find out more information and enter your app here
     
  2. mrmdesign

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    Sounds great!
    To clarify; If I am using Unity Personal, am I unable to enter?
     
  3. LaneFox

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    Theres no mention personal edition being unable to enter, anywhere.
     
  4. mrmdesign

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    "Unity Developers’ Choice
    An app created with commercial versions of both the Vuforia SDK and Unity platforms"

    ... and on the entry page:

    "To qualify for Unity Developer’s Choice, your Vuforia app must have been developed using commercial versions of the Vuforia SDK and Unity. "
     
  5. mrmdesign

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    Unity and Vuforia both have a free 'commercial use' version anyway so it is probably a non-issue. I just wanted to clarify.
     
  6. David Beard

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    For the Unity Awards' Category, you can submit an app that's made with Unity using a paid or free version of the Vuforia SDK. When we say "commercial version" we mean that you must use a fully released version of the SDK, not a beta version of Vuforia SDK.

    David Beard
    Developer Evangelist for Qualcomm(R) Vuforia(TM)
    Qualcomm Connected Experiences, Inc.
     
  7. Jo-Ryall

    Jo-Ryall

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    And to clarify further, you may enter your Unity app into any category (including the Unity Developers' Award category) with an app that is built with either Unity Personal (free) or Unity Pro edition.
     
  8. mrmdesign

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    Thank you very much for the clarification.
    I hope 5.1 came with a fix for the standard shader bug.
    Will try in an hour or so.
     
  9. Aurore

    Aurore

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    Reminder that there is 4 weeks left to submit! The deadline for submissions is July 30th at the latest!
     
  10. IntARMedia15

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    Slowly working on my entry but time is never my friend :p Its ambitious my app but hopefully should be fun and innovative enough to get people smiling
     
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