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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour 3D Interaction Design in Virtual Reality par Université de Londres

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This course will teach you about one of the most important aspects of VR, how you interact with a VR world. Virtual Reality is completely different from an on screen app or game. You are completely immersed in a VR world, so it doesn't make sense to interact only through buttons or menus. You will get the most out of VR if you can interact with the world just as you would with the real world: with your natural body movements. You will learn about the basic concepts and technologies of VR Interaction. You will then get hands on, learning about how to move around in VR and how to interact with the objects in your world. The course will finish with some advice from experts on VR interaction design and you will do a project where you will get real experience of developing VR Interaction....

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Jul 14, 2018

Learnt quote a few useful things. Especially liked that this course finally involved some coding. If only by reviewing the NewtonVR and VRInteraction examples and modifying the code.


Dec 24, 2017

Very good course showing how to use VR interaction techniques. Thank you!

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par Carlos R

Jan 18, 2020

It is a good course technically speaking but it is a pity that there are many resources that are no longer accessible or that they are discontinued and the worst thing is that the teachers are not accessible nor answer the questions

par Tatiana K

Feb 28, 2018

Plenty of high-quality information on the general aspects of 3D interaction in VR. Somewhat less (but better than in 3D Models course) support in practical part. Also more visuals less talking heads in the lectures would be great.

par Collins, J B

May 10, 2020

I genuinely appreciate all of the courses this specialization has put out so far. This course was very helpful in giving its students an introduction to interaction, theories of interaction, and the actual implementation of it within virtual reality and Unity projects. While some of the material taught in the course - namely the sorts of installation files being downloaded and the type of code being run on Unity - is deprecated and outdated, the discussion forum is a fantastic place to reference for solving these issues. You can look at the projects of other learners who've found alternative ways to complete the project requirements and learn from their scripts and components. All in all, still a very fulfilling course.

par Sulagna C

Sep 02, 2020


par Craig T

Jul 14, 2018

Learnt quote a few useful things. Especially liked that this course finally involved some coding. If only by reviewing the NewtonVR and VRInteraction examples and modifying the code.

par Steven Z

Dec 24, 2017

Very good course showing how to use VR interaction techniques. Thank you!

par Miguel O Y

Sep 16, 2020

Una gran experiencia aprender la interacción en la realidad virtual

par Hassan R

Sep 03, 2018

This is really a grate course to learn about virtual realty

par Sunil P

Jun 30, 2020

Thank you for practical application knowledge.

par Pramol S t

Jun 03, 2020

its a very nice course,i learned new things.

par Sayan S

May 27, 2020

Great course...... Learned a lot

par Nayan K R

Sep 13, 2020

Extraordinary and Great Course!

par MD A R A

Sep 28, 2020

Excellent !!!

par Shivanshu S

Oct 04, 2020


par Surjit S B

Sep 19, 2020


par Ian C

Oct 01, 2020

A fair warning before starting, I really think you should have some basic Unity knowledge before taking this class.

This was again a great lecture by the team at Goldsmith University. Unlike the vr environment course, which had a few parts that I felt were not really VR related, this one has an excellent theoretical part!

By the end of the course, you know about the different solutions that exist to implement movement and object interaction. The course also clearly emphasizes good practices in VR design, such as how to make things intuitive.

Working on an interactive project is also really cool, but this part is more about the students' involvement: if you want to do it seriously, you will learn a lot. However, I feel that there could be an improvement here about how projects should be graded. Sharing full unity project is often cumbersome, and the project only gain in size as the course progresses. Maybe we could only share the build or the apk through a safe server that would check for viruses before letting us download it?

Finally, forums are as usual, completely abandoned, I am not even sure I found one message from a moderator (let alone an instructor). But it is kind of touching to see those 3 years old messages, dating from a time where the forums were not flooded by requests for reviews. Like a glance to a golden age of the coursera vr course.

par Reinhardt F R

Aug 06, 2018

I found I had to do allot more research on my own for this one. To get the stuff to work, you are going to spend some time online, figuring the stuff out. Its a great course but they leave things out, minor details. I think its on purpose to make you do your research. Well, I did the research and my programs work! Thanks!

This video will help you allot with the teleportation stuff


Jun 08, 2020

The course is great! All the information, and videos, and the Instructors are the BEST!

But it would be better if we have a more effective help from the Instructors. Having your projects reviewed only by your peers is, somehow, annoying (you have to beg all the time to have someone reviewing them).

par Luca Z

Apr 14, 2020

The overal material is really good. The lessons are helpful, and you learn something. Some of the materials are no longer available, so I had to contact one of the instructors. The problem was promptly fixed.

par Ahmed A A

May 04, 2020

The course is very recommended if you have searching skills to help you debug your app

par Nikolas C

Jan 17, 2018

nice concepts and guidances.

par Matthew T

May 21, 2020

A lot of the lessons are outdated and no longer work with Unity. You will need to consult a lot of outside resources to actually get things to work. The basic principles in the lessons are good, but if you want to learn the practical side, probably consult a different course.

par David K

Oct 29, 2018

I feel that the amount of explanations and material covered isn't quite sufficient to feel comfortable in this space.