Augmented Reality is here and will change the world - come build the future! If you played Pokémon Go, you’ve seen Augmented Reality, but there is so much more. With mobile platforms now supporting Augmented Reality (e.g. Apples ARkit, Google’s ARCore) and AR content platforms rising, this is the time to learn about AR and how to use it. If you want to use AR technology, but are not sure how, this is your opportunity – we want to enable you to dive in and develop in AR so that you can use AR for your company and yourself, regardless of skill level or background. Come spend the weekend with us learning how to build Augmented Reality apps
This 2-Day Weekend Workshop includes:
- Developing a fully working Augmented Reality app (using ARKit & Unity) in a weekend Quality training in AR from leading developers with extensive teaching experience
- Help on how to take this new knowledge forward so you can develop on your own
- An understanding of the AR/VR/MR landscape and how it is developing
- A new network of people who share your passions
DATES & TIMES
Saturday, January 20 9:30AM-7:00PM
Sunday, January 21 9:30AM-6:00PM
BYO Mac laptop
BYO iPhone 6S or newer with iOS 11 (released or beta version) Download: Xcode 9 (released, beta, or above)
VRARA Member pricing available (membership information)
Includes two days of instruction. Coffee, snacks & beverages provided.
Janet Brown, Co-Founder, Atakote, Atakote Studios
Janet is a developer and co-founder at Atakote Studios. She is passionate about bringing experiences to AR & VR that appeal to new audiences - both gaming and non-gaming. She also works with companies to build their innovation pipelines and bring compelling products to market, and has done so across Europe, Asia & the USA at McKinsey & Company, as well as key roles at consumer giants like Diageo and Mondalez. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and has spoken in 2017 at GDC and Nvidia GTC.
Ram Ramakrishan, Co-Founder, Atakote, Atakote Studios
Ram is a developer and fix-it-guy at Atakote Studios. He loves working with emerging technologies and bringing content to life, and has done so previously at BT, Intel, IBM, Spotify, and various startups. He holds a computer science degree from a school who shares its mascot with the GO programming language, and an MBA from Kellogg but does not eat Special K. He's also actively working on how to make himself irrelevant with AI (rather than just irreverent), and has spoken in 2017 at GDC and RubyConf AU.