In the past, most Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) apps were built by hardcore game developers. Being able to code in Unity (or another SDK) was pretty much mandatory. But not anymore. The future of app development is browser-based, using WebVR software like Amazon Sumerian. With over 1 billion VR and AR predicted users by 2020, it's an industry transformation you can't ignore.
The beauty of Amazon Sumerian is that anyone can learn it. Anyone can upskill in app development, and you don't need an enormous amount of time, money or expertise. In fact you can pick up the basics in just six weeks. Welcome to RMIT's new Designing and Developing VR & AR Applications short course.
In this Designing and Developing VR and AR Applications course, the subjects you may study include:
Explore State Machine
Learn about events
Camera and timelines
Adapt your host
Import your host
Trigger your host emotes
Get your host to speak
Embed other media into your scene
Place HTML into your scene
Enhance your scene
Slideshow in your scene
Use Polly dashboard to build a chatbot
Project reflection with peers
Tap into industry experts
Future exploration on emerging trends
Studying online doesn’t mean you have to go through the learning journey solo. When you study with RMIT Online you’ll be connected with a support team and a global network of industry experts, academics and peers, who will help you every step of the way. Whether you have a technical issue, feel bogged down and need someone to talk to or struggling with an assignment - they’ve got the right people to help get you to where you want to be.
Upon successful completion of this Designing and Developing VR and AR Applications course from RMIT Online participants will be able to:
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