Online education platform Udacity has a new virtual reality content development course, thanks to partnerships with Google, HTC Vive and UploadVR.

The program, working off of Unity, gives developers a chance to catch on to a growing jobs field in technology. It covers VR platforms on phones, PC and room-scale consoles, too — basically wrapping around all three partner comapnies’ programming. Udacity will provide coaching, mentorship and job applications help to students. The course has an intended duration of six months.

Udacity VR Developer Nanodegree Program from Udacity on Vimeo.

Courses begin this quarter and applications are available right now. The cost is $199 per month and half of tuition fees will be refunded if the course is completed within a year. Graduates will receive a Nanodegree — a recognized credential by many companies because those companies have helped develop the courses themselves.

Source: PRNewswire, Udacity
Via: Android Central

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