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Damian Campeanu (Manager, Software Engineering, Unity Technologies)
Location: Room 3001, West Hall
Date: Thursday, March 24
Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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Format: Sponsored Session
Viewing Experience: In-Person
Vault Recording: Video
Audience Level: No
This session will cover the improved Editor tooling in the upcoming Data-Oriented Tech Stack (DOTS) 0.50 release, including the Hierarchy, Inspectors, Profiler modules, Systems window, and entities journaling. It will also address a new Editor workflow, coming in Entities 1.0, which allows artists, gameplay programmers, and level designers to author with familiar GameObjects, while giving engine and systems developers easy access to the runtime state made of entities. Other new features to be covered include the ability to record all data and structural changes in a searchable journal and author scenes during Play mode and retaining those changes when exiting Play mode.
Attendees will learn about new features and improvements in Unity's DOTS, including GameObject authoring abilities for artists and designers and real-time help and debugging in the Editor for developers.
This session is primarily aimed at Unity users who have some experience using DOTS, including the Burst Compiler and Entities ECS framework. Having some familiarity with ECS will be useful. That said, this session will not be overly technical since it will focus on in-Editor workflows.