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This class will teach you the fundamentals of augmented reality (AR), and how to build an AR experience using ARCore. Through the four week course, you'll learn: - How to identify different types of AR experiences - Tools and platforms used in the AR landscape - What makes AR feel "real" - Popular use cases for AR - How to create an AR use flow - How AR experiences work - Tools like Google Poly and Unity to build AR experiences - Next steps to start building an AR experience using ARCore and other tools This course will break down complex AR concepts to make them easy to understand, while also sharing expert tips and knowledge from Daydream's ARCore team. The course is great for beginners who are just getting started with AR or ARCore....

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Oct 06, 2018

Really very good course to understand the fundamental knowledge of the AR, helps in gaining the basics concepts, knowledge and motivates towards building killer Apps.

AW

Oct 02, 2018

Great introductory course and content. If you work in this field at all, you'll probably know all the content already, but for those who don't it's a great overview.

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par Shchedromirskiy S

Jun 27, 2018

No info about how to use arcore API

par Viktor K

Jul 08, 2018

Im failing to see a purpose for this material to be a "course" rather than a few instructional videos (on Youtube, for example).

par christophe B

Jul 05, 2018

just an overview, no real coding exercice. but really good link and documentaion.

par Ben N

Jul 08, 2018

Spent a long time going through some basic concepts but not enough showing me where to get started.

par Sumit A

Jun 28, 2018

Very basic course.

par Yza S

Jun 29, 2018

For introduction, I learned something about AR because of the course structure. But I'm looking for introduction references to how to develop AR app via ARCore and actually create one. If I can't get it from this course, I would expect to at least be provided with links to tutorial videos to create apps in ARCore. I am an absolute beginner and would like to create AR app using Unity and ARCore but I feel this course is not enough and did not meet my expectation.

par Antonio M J M

Jun 30, 2018

The course is very basic.

par Ben L

May 07, 2019

OK introduction to AR concepts. I felt like the course could have included more substance.

par Banshi G

Jun 02, 2019

This could be even better by showing how the things work in ARCore, like how anchors are internally processed by ARCore or how ARCore estimates the light.

par Bhanu

May 19, 2019

talk is cheap show me the code

par Chandan N

May 20, 2019

too less information

par Carlos M

Jul 13, 2019

It is very good in therms of content, but could be more practical, with a hands-on project submitted for peer review.

Do not expect it to dig deep into the subject, for it is only an introduction to AR/AR Core.

par Mukul K S

Jul 21, 2019

No implementation is taught

par Nitin T

Jul 27, 2019

It is good to try to make aware people about AR. Now they have an idea about it that how its work and what are its benefits and in which field we can use it.

par Sri H

Aug 18, 2019

The course seems more lively with its realistic examples.

But it would be better if you include a demo video that shows how to develop a basic AR app

par Anna M

Aug 18, 2019

This is a good introduction to ARCore but I was expecting a hands-on component of the course. It was more like a video series. This course would be much better if there were simple exercise files we could download and manipulate.

par Kusum N

Sep 05, 2019

It would be helpful to make a video describing ARCore and how to work with it.

par John C

Sep 09, 2019

I love the general approach and I now have a better understanding of AR. I missed the more detailed technical instructions and while the program is a an Introduction but I would like to know the best place to head next to learn the developing.

par Wing N

Feb 27, 2019

Good intro to theories, but almost zero implementation. Great that it is in bite size chunks with quizzes to help retention of information. However, the Information is rather repetitive, transcript did not get QA'ed. Can be a lot shorter than the current length.

par Deleted A

Jul 10, 2018

This is ONLY useful for complete newbies to the field: it doesn't give any knowledge on how to program stuff or on the mathematics behind the extended reality, but it just presents on a high level which are the tools used (or recommended by Google). Unfortunately to me the course was useless, but this doesn't mean it's the same for other people so, again, follow it only if completely new to the topic.

par Megan P

Aug 31, 2018

This course really is just an introduction. I was expecting some tutorials for creating AR apps, but I'm no closer to knowing where to start than I was yesterday. Which brings me to my other point: there's only about an hour or so of material here. At least I didn't waste too much time. Maybe in the future there will be more added to this course?

par Danielle N A

Sep 03, 2018

Is knowledge without any practical application useless?

par Amit C

Oct 11, 2018

Nothing technical

par Andreas J

Aug 02, 2018

It is intended to be a basic course, but the actual contents are still underwhelming. The videos sum up to just a few minutes in total. A few paragraphs of text to read are indicated with 20 mins of required time. So in total, you won't need 4 weeks to complete the course, but rather 1h. The actual information is accurate and good, but should still go more into the depth for some topics. Also the video snippets that should showcase what the instructors are explaining are often not really accurate. They show a few generic ARCore apps over and over, and not always the specific issues or facts the instructor is explaining at that moment. So in general, the course is OK if you have never heard of AR before. But I doubt that purchasing a certificate is worth it for the tiny amount of content available.