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HTC Vive partners Udacity on training VR creators

Wednesday 28 September 2016 | 15:34 CET | News
HTC Vive partnered online education leader Udacity to train and certify new VR content creators, marking the first certified online training programme in the industry. Under the programme, students pay USD 199 a month to master skills needed to develop content for a variety of areas. Students who graduate from the program within 12 months will also receive a 50 percent refund of the tuition fee. This includes mobile phone-based VR, PC VR and highly immersive room-scale VR used on the HTC Vive.

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Companies: Google / HTC / Unity Technologies
Countries: World
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