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A new series of online courses has been launched by the NHL to help beginners learn the fundamentals of computer science.
The NHL is also hosting a series of beginner courses, which have been created by the league’s video game development studio, in order to teach the basic concepts of computer game programming, programming languages and video game graphics.
There are now about 300 courses available to watch online for $2.99.
The courses, available on the NHL website, can be found here:The courses are available through the NHL’s online video game training facility, where players are given a series or two of games to practice on before training camp begins.
The courses, called Basic Computer Vision and Gameplay, teach beginners the fundamentals that will help them excel in their careers in the field of computer graphics and video games.
The lessons include:How to use the Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 and other basic tools, including image manipulation, color, text, shading, and moreHow to create complex scenes, using 3D objects, effects and effects toolsHow to draw and color in the Unity3D editorHow to work with video cameras and other 3D video capture devicesHow to handle effects and shadowsHow to set up a 3D scene using a variety of 3D softwareHow to make your own animations and animations using Unity, Blender, and Maya How to work on the computer using the latest games like Call of Duty, Half-Life 2, Halo, and World of WarcraftHow to program in Unity and other programming languages, including Python, C#, Java, and HTML5How to design and build a 3d game environment in UnityHow to customize your own games, including creating your own music, textures, and effectsHow to learn and use the latest programming technologies, including scripting languages, game engines, and web browsersHow to develop games using Unity and Unreal Engine, including the Unity-based Unreal Engine 4, Unreal Engine 5, and Unreal EditorHow to apply software development techniques to games, such as debugging, testing, and documentationHow to add a new scene to a game, creating an interactive world, and creating custom effects, animations, and audio How to use Unity’s 3D camera systemHow to build a multiplayer game with friendsHow to test your own game, or add a friend to your gameHow to integrate your own voice-activated input into a gameHow the Oculus Rift worksHow to setup a gamepadHow to change the way the game looks, sounds, and behavesHow to view the game in virtual realityHow to edit and save your own gameplay footageHow to configure and share your game filesHow to record and share gameplay footage and gameplay clipsHow to play games in VRHow to interact with virtual objectsHow to import and export your own custom effects and animationsHow to convert a game asset into an interactive game assetHow to export a game fileHow to manage multiple projects, such the development of an entire game, in Unity How to customize and export game assetsHow to do things like export your character models and animations from your game How to import or import assets from other sources How to export your entire game file from a game How do I export my entire game files How do you manage your game assets in Unity?
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