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The following presentation material was put together for a live audience for my in-person presentations.
Ready to build a 3D first-person game in Unity? The following presentation material was put together for a live audience for my in-person presentations, but you can also follow along online with the detailed screenshots and instructions.
We’re here with Gregory Kramida to talk about his Kinect group projects at the University of Maryland.
Gregory Kramida at UMD
1. Greg, tell us a little bit about yourself and your team.
I have received a BA in Graphic Design, and a BS and MS in Computer Science (CS) from the University of Maryland. Currently, I am a PhD student in CS at the same University. My team consists of four very talented young individuals and myself.
We currently have two other CS PhD students, one Physics Masters student, and one Computer Engineering undergraduate student. Neither one of us is fully finished with his educational goals, and some of us are still finidng our true calling, so we are forced to collaborate in an ad-hoc fashion.
Whenever any of us has the time and energy, they contribute. Hence, I am the only “permanent” member, and we are allways looking for like-minded, driven, and talented individuals.
NOTE: For the section on Moq, I advised attendees that you should never mock an object in a test method when you’re testing that particular object in that method. The example shown in that section is to illustrate a simple example, and is not suitable for production code.