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

Jack Atherton lja at ccrma.stanford.edu
Fri Jul 29 14:31:23 EDT 2022

Hello chuck-users,

I am happy to once again announce a new version of Chunity! You can still
find Chunity on the asset store here: http://u3d.as/1bvM

The latest version is aligned with ChucK version and includes beta
platform support for iOS, Android, and Linux, as well as pre-release
support for WebGL.

Furthermore, the open source repository for Chunity has been moved to
https://github.com/ccrma/chunity/. Chunity will continue to be maintained
by the Music, Computing, Design group at Stanford, and anyone who wants to
help can pitch in there!

Happy ChucKing!

On Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 10:58 AM Jack Atherton <lja at ccrma.stanford.edu>

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