Whether you are an avid game developer or curious about developing in VR for the first time, you'll want to take a look at Unreal Engine from Epic Games. Unreal* Engine is a free development platform for creating 3D applications including games and VR experiences. What is fairly unique about Unreal Engine is a VR Mode in its editor. This mode allows you to create and configure your VR scene from within VR. The short video below and content in this post walk you through how to do this for the HTC* Vive*
Getting Started: The above video walks you through each of the following
There you go. That is all you need to get started creating a VR experience in Unreal Engine. If you are interested in continuing with Unreal, I suggest you learn about it's visual scripting system called "blueprints." It is a very powerful and highly scalable method for adding complex logic and realistic graphics to your VR experience. Learn more here. https://docs.unrealengine.com/latest/INT/Engine/Blueprints/
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