Developing an AR app and game wasn't really easy before this interactive course. You are going to create your first Augmented Reality App/Game from start to end with monetization and will experience publishing it to Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
If you are a beginner who really doesn't know how to create an AR app/game in Unity then this course will help you a lot. It can also help you in creating your final year project for your university or college. This course is designed for absolute beginners, but meanwhile, you should have a basic understanding of programming. By the end of this course, you should be ready and able to build the Currency Scanner App & AR Dart Game.
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Currency Scanner App
- Plan & make the base structure of AR app
- Create XR reference Image Library & learn the basic setup for it
- Add Currency images & update image library
- Create a CurrencyScanner Script to get info of specific detected banknote
- Use Scriptable Object to create Data containers that will hold the image info & will be linked to XR Reference Image Library
- Add audio capability to speak-out detected banknote name & linking it to data containers
- Get an introduction to Unity, AR, & Dart Game
- Create your first Unity project
- Set up project with AR foundation
- Add a 3D cube in AR & access a device camera
- Add visuals to detected surface
- Restrict scan only to vertical area
- Monetize Unity ads & create an Android production build
- Publish app on Google Play Store & App Store
Tanveer Sabir | Code3Interactive
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Tanveer Sabir has more than 12 years of game design and development experience. He is a speaker at Microsoft Innovation Center. His area of expertise includes game design, development, mechanics design, and game architect. He also has expertise in Unity game engine, game AI and physics. Tanveer has developed several AR/VR game/apps. Developed AR/VR products for Oculus Quest/Quest 2, HTC Vive/Cosmos, Sony PlayStation VR, Microsoft Hololens 2, Magic Leap One, iOS, and Android. He also has a YouTube channel by the name of Code3Interactive, where he teaches Game Development.