Within 2D games, Unity allows importation of sprites and an advanced 2D world renderer. For 3D games, Unity allows specification of texture compression, mipmaps, and resolution settings for each platform that the game engine supports, and provides support for bump mapping, reflection mapping, parallax mapping, screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO), dynamic shadows using shadow maps, render-to-texture and full-screen post-processing effects.
As of 2018, Unity has been used to create approximately half of the new mobile games on the market and 60 percent of augmented reality and virtual reality content.
When I go to store.unit.com/download-nuo it asks me to download UnityHub.App.Image (77.3 MB). I get an option to "Open with Disk Image Mounter"
Is this software safe for a 9 year old?
Is it something that makes sense for him to have and that a school would recommend?
If so, how would I install it or use it?