With a new version of ARCore in the wild and more than 30 devices now supporting it, Google helps novice users familiarize themselves with augmented reality.
Hosted on Coursera, the company has introduced Augmented Reality and ARCore, a free four-week curriculum consisting of 15 lessons, videos, quizzes, and programming exercises for students with no previous experience in developing augmented reality.
With expert knowledge from Google's Daydream AR team, students can learn the core concepts of AR as well as the different types of AR experiences and use cases to get to know. The series will also guide students to various AR tools and platforms, such as Google Poly and Unity, used to create AR apps, and outline steps to building an ARCore app.
"Developing Augmented Reality Technology Many companies use it to transform how they create products, communicate with their users, engage new customers, and train their employees," said Courtney Hampson, program manager for AR & VR on Google, in a blog post.
Well, Google, I'll let you come to a conclusion, but Next Reality has the best augmented reality tutorials of all ever!
In fact, we have an ARCore 101 series for those who want to start developing Android AR apps in Unity.
And while Google focuses only on the development of ARCore, we have also developed tutorials for ARKit and HoloLens.  But I digress.  If you're interested in getting started with AR development, Google's new courses are a good reason. But then, after you're done, come to Next Reality for your further education.