For all its bright lights and slick presentation, Unite 2015 had a whiff of school summer camp about it through its three day run.
Developers lounged in cross-legged clusters, trading coding tips while munching on complimentary cookies.
Old friends caught up with high-fives and fist-bumps before heading into crammed conference halls where a sea of laptops lit up the faces of those taking studious notes from industry veterans.
Seriously, upon reflecting on the last few days in Boston we have to say that we wish all school summer camps were #MadeWithUnity.
Key executives from Unity took to the stage, alongside representatives from Google, Intel, Microsoft and Sony.
A showcase of games created in Unity overflowed with prospective development talent, while the Unity Awards celebrated those who'd already caught the spill.
So after picking our way between virtual reality demos, briefings, and insightful talks, here are five things we learned during our time at Unite 2015 Boston.
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