Posts for tag: augmented reality

Holo Dev Day, Milan (Jan 21st)

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I'd like to invite you to the Holo Dev Day event which will be held in Milan (Italy) on Saturday, Jan 21st.

The event, organized by DotNetLombardia, DotNetToscana and NuiWorld will be a super-interesting day where everyone can learn the basics of HoloLens device and related Unity 3D development. In the afternoon there will be a guided lab where people will develop their first HoloLens app. Let's all remember that Augmented Reality will surely be a technology that will change our everyday life in the next ten years, so learning how to develop for the best present AR glasses, the HoloLens, can be a great opportunity for you to take a leap towards the future!

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New Pluralsight course about Augmented Reality on Android

I'm very happy to announce that my third Pluralsight course has been published early today: Getting Started with Augmented Reality on Android devices.

Pluralsight AR courseLast year, most of my daily work consisted of analyzing and developing a number of Augmented Reality projects on the Android platform, using Google Glass and Android Wear devices. Used to Windows Phone and its development environment and tools, I had a big paradigm shift and learning curve, which gave me the idea to create this getting started course, for people like me who want to start from scratch developing Augmented Reality applications.

This course introduces Android developers to Augmented Reality concepts and applications. AR apps are already available on smartphones and tablets, but in the next months and years, with the wide adoption of smart-glasses, they will redefine our lives, by blending the physical world with virtual worlds and shifting applications from our device screens directly to our eyes. Starting from the theory, hands-on examples will enable students to quickly develop and deploy amazing Augmented Reality applications, either using low-level algorithms or leveraging high-quality AR frameworks.

I'm willing to know what you think about it and, for any question, feel free to contact me!

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