Harness the power of Breakroom's SDK and the Unity game engine to upload your own 3D models and scenes as regions in your Breakroom world.
If you have access to Unity developer resources, you can download the Breakroom SDK and upload your own custom regions and furniture items. The pages in this section contain illustrated guides outlining each step of this process.
Within our advanced documentation, you may see different words used to describe the same concept or tool. This is because Breakroom is based on the Sinespace virtual world platform. Please be aware of the following:
When you install the Breakroom SDK, you may notice that certain tools and menus refer to Sinespace, Sinespace components, or the Sinespace SDK. This is normal and has no effect on performance.
When testing and uploading virtual items, you may see documentation, menus, and buttons that refer to Breakroom worlds as grids.
If you'd like to build and upload your own custom region, here's a quick guide to getting started:
Follow these steps for installing the Breakroom SDK into a clean Unity project.
Once you're done, your custom region will appear within your Dashboard as a region template. You can use it to create your world's default landing region, or activate it as another enabled region for users to visit.