ARKit and ARKit 2.0 - Beginner to Expert - Build 15 Apps!
- 4.5 hours on-demand video
- 14 articles
- 13 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Head start on AR/VR industry expected to be worth $121 billion by 2021
- Work as an AR developer
- Master creating Augmented Reality apps for iOS
- One of the Following Devices:
- iPhone: 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS or later
- iPad Pro (9.7, 10.5 or 12.9) – both first-gen or 2nd-gen, iPad (2017) or later
- iOS 11 minimum for ARKit projects, and iOS 12 for ARKit 2 projects
- Basic understanding of Xcode and Swift will help you progress quicker
ARKit is Apple's Augmented Reality Platform for iOS! It allows developers to create augmented reality apps for iPhones and iPads.
This revolutionary technology will allow you to breakthrough in an industry worth over $100 billion.
We will go through theory for important ARKit concepts and build hands on projects that will be stellar additions to your portfolio.
Learn how the default ARKit - AR Space Ship App Works
Build an AR App from Scratch with 3D Shapes
Remove Objects from the AR View
Learn about lighting to make the AR Objects look realistic
Build an AR Measuring App
Build an AR Furniture App
Learn about detecting Images and Overlaying Graphics on them
Learn about detecting 3D Objects and Overlaying Graphics on them
Learn about the USDZ file format and create your own USDZ files
Build a website with USDZ files
Build an iOS App with USDZ files
Build an AR Drawing App
Store and Retrieve AR Experiences (Persistence)
Source code will be provided for the projects and this course will be regularly updated to incorporate latest technology. Support will be actively provided on the Q&A area.
If you want to save time on learning AR for iOS and learn how to build practical applications, this is your best investment!
- Anyone interested in building Augmented Reality apps for iOS and/or learning about its capabilities