If you are looking for the Watson SDK for Unity or the VR Speech Sandbox, they are now only available through GitHub and IBM Developer. Here are the links:
- Watson SDK for Unity
- VR Speech Sandbox (in all its forms, including the addition of language translator)
Amara Graham@missamarakayIf you are looking for Speech Sandbox, it's over on IBM Developer and GitHub as well: developer.ibm.com/patterns/creat…19:58 PM - 03 Jan 2019
Still need answers? Check out a few I’ve already answered a few times today. I may even update this list as more roll in.
No. But if you want an updated version, you’ll need to grab it from GitHub.
Yes. There are no plans to deprecate maintenance on either the SDK or VR Speech Sandbox.
Feel free to report an issue or submit a PR in the respective repo.
On the repo wiki!
This is a great question, and ultimately why I think the SDK deserve to live on GitHub exclusively to keep it closer to the release notes. Our IBM Cloud services and SDKs are maintained and enhanced in an agile fashion, which means change happens often. Keeping the code closer to the release notes keeps you, dearest developer, in the know.
You can download the SDK and unzip it, then move it into your Unity project folder by dragging and dropping into your Project window or into the directory.
Alternatively, you can use the command line an
git clone to your project directory but you’ll need to have git installed.
If any of that is intimidating, leave me a comment or DM me on Twitter.
Kris Schultz@krxtopherA new year, a new way to access the excellent #Watson SDK for @unity3d. Good-bye, Asset Store. Hello, GitHub! twitter.com/MissAmaraKay/s…20:05 PM - 03 Jan 2019Amara Graham @MissAmaraKayLooking for the #Watson SDK for #Unity3d? It is no longer in the asset store, find it here: https://t.co/E9r4TaYhLl
Let me know what you are working on or looking forward to in this exciting new year! If I can point you in the right direction I’m happy to help with all things Watson, AI, AR/VR, and beyond.