[chuck-users] Chunity (ChucK for Unity): Release!

Jack Atherton lja at ccrma.stanford.edu
Thu Mar 12 13:58:13 EDT 2020

Hey chuck-users,

The latest version of Chunity (now available on the Asset Store:
http://u3d.as/1bvM) includes the following:
- Flag to avoid loading a microphone in ChuckMainInstance
- Beta Linux support, tested only briefly on Ubuntu 18.04 -- please send
bug reports to me (lja at ccrma)!

Happy ChucKing!

On Wed, May 30, 2018 at 7:32 PM Jack Atherton <lja at ccrma.stanford.edu>

> Dear all,
> Hello! I'm happy to announce the initial official release of
> Chunity (ChucK for Unity)!
>      http://chuck.stanford.edu/chunity/
>      http://u3d.as/1bvM
> Chunity is the integration of ChucK in Unity. (For those
> of you not familiar with the Unity game engine, Chunity gives
> you the ability to do realtime sound + music generation natively
> in Unity, tightly coupled to interactions with graphical objects.)
> You can use most (possibly all?) ChucK features, run new ChucK
> code on-the-fly at any time, and communicate between Unity and
> ChucK using "global" (new keyword!) ints, floats, strings, Events,
> and 1D int and float arrays. (More types to come!) You can even
> run multiple VMs that share the same strong timing!
> Check out this video of things people have already made with Chunity:
> https://vimeo.com/263613454
> And check out the original description of Chunity in this NIME paper:
> http://chuck.stanford.edu/chunity/files/2018-nime-chunity.pdf
> We want to know what you all do with this! Please feel free
> to send works in progress, bug reports, feature requests,
> finished works, etc. to the chuck-users mailing list!
> We are also planning to send a sparse series of follow-up
> emails covering tutorials, new features, and cool projects
> that people in the community have created.
> Please see the tutorials, documentation, etc.
> at the official Chunity website:
> http://chuck.stanford.edu/chunity/
> Thank you and happy ChucKing!!
> Best,
> Jack + the ChucK team
> Music:Computing:Design @ CCRMA
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