Hands-On ARCore Development [Video]

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Learn
  • Understanding how Augmented Reality works
  • Master the concepts that form the basis of AR development
  • Use ARCore Environmental Understanding to map 3D objects into the environment
  • Build apps for the fourth transformation by placing virtual objects in the real world
  • Create amazing Augmented Reality Android applications using ARCore
  • How to add a spin of real-world social interactions to Augmented Reality applications
About

The course starts with the basics of ARCore and how to set up your ARCore environment. Then we move on to creating ARCore applications. It explains dependencies, and you'll work with the APIs and modules. It will show you the underlying mechanics of building applications with ARCore from scratch. ARCore allows you to access four different SDKs: Android Studio, Unity, Unreal Engine, and Web. We cover each of these SDKs and help you to create an AR app that you can successfully deploy on both mobile and the web. You will learn to implement motion tracking, environment learning in your app, create animations and sounds, generate virtual characters, and simulate them on your screen.

Style and Approach

A practical hands-on approach is adopted in this course to guide the audience through the development of 3 different Augmented Reality Android applications, using concepts introduced at each point in the development of the apps; this makes it easy for the audience to relate the features ARCore provides to their real-world applications.

Features
  • Create immersive Augmented Reality applications with Google ARCore
  • Use the Android Studio, Unity, Unreal Engine and Web APIs effectively
  • Use the Google Web Toolkit efficiently for your AR apps
Course Length 2 hours 20 minutes
ISBN 9781788832748
Date Of Publication 31 Oct 2018

Authors

Emmanuel Adegbite

Emmanuel Adegbite is a software engineer with a knack for efficient, scalable, and stable solutions. With years of experience working across a wide range of technologies, he is still interested in exploring, encountering, and solving new as well as interesting programming problems.