The Complete ARKit Course - Build 11 Augmented Reality Apps
What you'll learn
- Break into a brand new industry expected to be worth $165 billion by 2024
- Build augmented reality apps for your business or organisation
- Create your own augmented reality app
- Get app development jobs on freelancer sites
- No ARKit or iOS development experienced required, although basic understanding of Xcode and Swift will help you progress quicker.
- You must have one of these devices:
- iPhone 6s or 6s Plus
- iPhone 7 or 7 Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPad Pro (9.7, 10.5 or 12.9) – both first-gen or 2nd-gen
- iPad (2017)
- iPhone 8 or 8 Plus
- iPhone X (some issues may arise)
ARKit has been called a ‘Game Changer’ for Augmented Reality! It allows developers to create augmented reality apps for Apple's newly launched iOS 11.
This new technology opens up the door for creative people and mobile app designers to build new experiences in a brand new industry that is expected to be worth $165 billion by 2024!
Come learn Arkit in this fun and exciting course with Rayan Slim - an experienced iOS developer who has followed Rob Percival's "learn by doing" style to create this amazing course.
With over 9 hours of content and 5* reviews, it's already the longest and best rated ARKit course on Udemy!
Just Take A Look At What Students Are Saying…
★★★★★ "Goes from 0 to 100 very slowly and steadily, explains everything to the decimal point, and the apps we're building are fun and easy to understand."- Vladimir Porton
★★★★★ "Totally amazing, I love the step-by-step style of this course."- Wang Hang
★★★★★ "It gets you where you want to be with ARKit quickly. I would absolutely take another course from this instructor." - James Justin Davis
Build 11 Augmented Reality apps using ARKit in iOS 11 and Swift 4
You'll go from beginner to extremely high-level and your instructor will build each app with you step by step on screen.
You'll build 11 AR apps, including a Floor is Lava App, AR measuring App, Ikea App and many other popular augmented reality apps. By doing so, you will learn how to:
Use textures to make cool 3D models
Display and animate 3D models in the camera view of the real world
Use World Tracking to track your position at all times
Launch projectiles in the real world
Place 3D objects on horizontal surfaces
Drive a car on horizontal surfaces
Build an inter-dimensional portal
Detect collisions between two 3D nodes
As always, you'll get all the required source code and friendly support in the Q&A area. No ARKit or iOS development experience required, although basic understanding of Xcode and Swift will help you progress quicker.
Make This Investment in Yourself
If you're looking to create your own augmented reality app or win work as a freelancer or developer in a new field, then this is the course for you!
Come join this new wave of app development!
Take this course and start learning!
Who this course is for:
- Creative people and mobile app designers who want to build new experiences using the latest technology
Best-selling Udemy instructor Rob Percival wants to revolutionize the way people learn to code by making it simple, logical, fun and, above all, accessible. But as just one man, Rob couldn’t create all the courses his students - more than half a million of them - wanted.
That’s why Rob created Codestars. Together, the instructors that make up the Codestars team create courses on all the topics that students want to learn in the way that students want to learn them: courses that are well-structured, super interactive, and easy to understand. Codestars wants to make it as easy as possible for learners of all ages and levels to build functional websites and apps.
Rayan is a full-stack software developer based in Ottawa, Canada.
Rayan has been appointed as an acting tech lead at Canada's IRCC. His main role is to set up infrastructure monitoring tools to extract health metrics from cloud-native applications.
Rayan also takes leadership roles as he guides other developers towards building Spring Boot applications that implement Enterprise Integration Patterns using the Apache Camel framework. His supervision extends to showing developers how to deploy their applications on the Red Hat Openshift platform using the Kubernetes package manager Helm.
Outside of his daily work, Rayan loves to explore new technologies. He is deeply passionate about Artificial Intelligence and Data Visualization.
In Rayan's free time, he loves to teach!
Hi! I'm Rob. I have a degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University and you might call me a bit of coding geek.
After building websites for friends and family for fun, I soon learned that web development was a very lucrative career choice. I gave up my successful (and sometimes stressful) job as a teacher to work part time and today, couldn't be happier.
I'm passionate about teaching kids to code, so every summer I run Code School in the beautiful city of Cambridge. I also run the popular web hosting and design service, Eco Web Hosting which leaves me free to share my secrets with people like you.
You wouldn't believe the freedom that being a web developer offers. Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending this course. I genuinely believe it's the best on the market and if you don't agree, I'll happily refund your money.
Sign up to my courses and join me in this amazing adventure today.
Jad studied mechanical engineering at the University of Ottawa. Jad also has extensive experience in software development, cloud development, machine learning, computer vision, mathematical modeling, computer simulation, and intelligent systems. Jad has also developed many deep learning applications, and is currently pursuing an interest in autonomous machines and Full Stack Development.