Virtual History Rome wins the Unity3D prize

The Mondadori app wins the “Best Non-Game Award” at the annual Unity Technologies conference in San Francisco

More recognition for the Virtual History Rome app, which during Unite 11, the annual Unity Technologies developers’ conference, won the “Best Non-Game Award”. In 2001, Unity Technologies created an innovative technology platform (Unity3D) for the development of games and interactive 3D environments for the web, iOS, Android, consoles and devices. Every year the community of Unity3D developers – who now number more than 700,000 – comes together for three days of meetings, tutorials and technical sessions. During the event awards are given for products of recognised excellence in the field and in the “non-game” section the prize was awarded to the Mondadori iPad application.