One of the most fun ways to learn how to code is to build a video game – you can use it right away, and it can provide hours of entertainment. Augmented Reality is one of the newest gaming technologies, and you’ll be surprised at how easily you can build your own Augmented Reality video game – a classic duck hunt!
In just one day, our new Build a Classic Duck Hunting Game in Augmented Reality from Scratch courses will … teach you how to do just that! You’ll be able to use your iOS or Android device to take down as many birds as you want – virtually!
This is a great online course for beginners, as the expert instructor will guide you through the basics of setting up Unity and Vuforia, importing the 3D models into Unity, and then bringing it all together.
About the Instructor
Diego Herrera is a developer with a passion for helping people learn how to build fun things. He started coding in 2002 and has worked in a variety of fields, including web and app development, multilingual software, and 3D. Throughout his career, Diego has trained and taught both internal and external staff, and assisted various companies with software training.
In addition to the expert instruction, knowledge checks, and hands-on practices in these classes, learners can also get additional documentation from Github: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Build-a-Classic-Duck-Hunting-Game-in-Augmented-Reality-from-Scratch
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