02 March 2019

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

$100 AUD

Academy Xi, Level 3, 45 Exhibition St, Melbourne, 3000

Event Details

Augmented Reality is poised to innovate the way people engage with businesses, products, and entertainment.Leading innovators in the technology, like Magic Leap, Google, Microsoft and Apple, have set the precedent for the future of AR through investments and strategic moves. Imagine the world that we live in with all the information delivered to you visually, how you want it, the way you want it when you want it.

In our one – day Launch into AR Bootcamp, you’ll learn the foundation of Augmented Reality Design and be able to build your very own AR prototype. You’ll learn how augmented reality systems, in conjunction with their areas of application, form a new foundation for design opportunities.

 

Bootcamp Learning Outcomes:

  •  Gain an introduction to Augmented Reality technology, and its history
  • Witness demonstrations of use – cases where the technology is being successfully applied across multiple business industries
  • Partake in a Live Demo of the Hololens to understand the future of AR, and how the technology will change how we work, play, and communicate in the near future
  • Participate in a demonstration of AR in the browser
  • Learn about the benefits of markerless tracking with ARkit and ARCore
  • Discover major platforms and tools available today for developers and content creators
  • Participate in practical workshops and walk through a series of tutorials demonstrating the initial setup of an AR application, including basic implementation using various platforms
  • This Bootcamp works primarily with Unity3D for AR Mobile

Instructor

Samuel Tate

Senior Experience Designer at Phoria

Samuel is a Senior Experience Designer at Phoria, an immersive technology studio based in Melbourne. With partners like Telstra, Google, City of Melbourne and WWF, Phoria has helped define storytelling using spatial computing. Phoria brings characters, data and digital art into people’s worlds using VR, AR and MR, and have had their work demoed at Google I/O. Prior to this, Samuel worked with a haptics manufacturer in America, creating experiences demonstrating virtual tactile feedback and gesture control in VR. In his spare time, he works on a digging simulator and a sci-fi space opera. Follow him on twitter at @samueltates for regular updates.

Dates and fees

Saturday

02 March 2019

10:00 am ~ 4:00 pm

$100 AUD

Location

Academy Xi,
Level 3,
45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne,
3000

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