From the blog

Articles from our expert staff on a wide range of topics

Instantiate Unity Objects Like a Pro(grammer) Part I

Want to instantiate empty game objects or prefabs programmatically but are not quite sure how to do it? Look no further! We’ve created step-by-step instructions on how to create game objects and instantiate them at run time so you can sit back and relax like the pro...

Which Game Engine is Right for You?

As technology becomes more advanced, the game industry is booming. More and more people are devoting time and money to games of all kinds. Who doesn’t love fun? If you’re looking to join the fray and develop a game of your own, you’ve come to the right place. Below...

The Unity Asset Store

One of the great things about the Unity Framework is the built in asset store. In their asset store, Unity has a massive catalog of both paid and free content that is open to users. This can be anything from art to scripts for NPC movement to even just general...

From CEO to Coach and Back Again

As 2018 kicks off and I reflect back on the roles that I played in 2017, I realized I introduced a big one.  In addition to serving as eimagine’s Founder / CEO, sales guy, fire-putter-outer, and leader and personally as a husband, father, friend and wanna-be Deacon, I...

Five Unity Shortcuts to Save Your Sanity

Ahh, shortcuts. The moment I learned using Ctrl+S – or Command+S for you OS Xers – would save anything immediately, I was hooked on shortcuts (phonics too, but that’s another story). Keyboard shortcuts, or hotkeys, save a ton of time and frustration for...

Creating Your First Unity Project

Here at eimagine we have a really neat body of knowledge program called eBOK. eBOK allows our staff to take on new training/learning/enrichment activities and allows us to work on new technologies we may not normally get a chance to learn. Recently a group of us...

Breaking Down Net Neutrality

Some Background… In 2015 the FCC classified network providers (e.g. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint) as Common Carriers under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. The act was enacted to provide for the regulation of interstate and foreign communication by wire...