Augmented Reality (AR) & Virtual Reality (VR) ExcelR Solutions
It’s a technology which combines the virtual-world & real-world by overlaying the digital interactive content on the Existing world, through three-dimensional Holographic Images to interface the end user. Most of the technologies are emerging in the new steam of scope for making human interaction more familiar with machines operation and utilization in different sector like education, Life sciences, Designing technologies to make many efficient Humanoids. VR & AR technologies make an environment to accreditation the information, Operations & Implementation of a product lifecycle to develop the innovative and interactive human Applicants.
This course is aimed to content creators, developers, and designers who are looking to learn or enhance their skills by designing for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Being one of our Emerging courses, it contains beginner, intermediate, and advanced material.
Course we cover:
- Creative designers, artists, and entrepreneurs who are looking to set themselves apart by tapping into the new market for AR/VR content
- Interaction designers, 3D UI designers, and UX designers keen on learning how to create immersive 3D content
- Marketers interested in taking advantage of AR/VR technology in their marketing strategy
- Unity developers and 3D developers who want to create user-focused experiences
Why AR & VR in EXCELR?
- Theoretical knowledge transformation
- Practical Operational scenarios explanation
- LMS access for renewing the session
- 40 + Hr of training + assignments
- Industrialist trainers
- Free Python online training
Tools used in AR & VR :
- UNITY 3D
- UNREAL ENGINE (UE4)
- 3DS MAX & MAYA
- WebVR Tools
- REACT VR
- Kudan AR
One of the best trainings I’ve ever attended.
Kailash Panda, Country Manager & Associate Director, Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd
“TRAINING WAS STRUCTURED WELL”
The training was structured well,which explains all concepts very holistically followed by the quizzes,that helped me to internalize the knowledge very well
Prahlad Patidar, Project Manager, Tata Consultancy Services
The sessions were well planned,methodical and focused on the objectives.The trainer has set relevant examples from real life situation to clear the concepts. The coverage was good. Excellent interaction was maintained throughout the training. The doubts were made clear in a very simple form to understand as and when required. I enjoyed the sessions with knowledge up-gradations.
Anil Kumar Nigam, Manager State Projects, National Institute for Smart Government
Augmented Reality is a live direct or indirect view of the real world. Its elements are made greater in size by the help of computer coding. To make this world real and effective so many of inputs using their like videos, audios, graphics, sounds or GPS. Augmented reality is used to increase the experienced situations and offer to increase experiences. Originally this deeply engaging augmented reality involve in games business and entertainment business but now this technology is entered into so many different industries like Education, Medical Education, Military, Automobile, Pharmacy companies, Mobile industries etc.
Virtual reality replicates or simulates an environment. This environment could be real or imaginary; it also could be created using photography, videography, computer animation, or a combination of the three. When someone enters virtual reality, they have a full 360-degree view of what is happening around them.
I think most of you have heard about this technology, but almost among you have not deeply described its benefits to various sectors.
But today we will discuss about a virtual reality education segment that how it can be a more convenient for students to retain the knowledge.
Virtual reality usage in education system could be more graceful, cost effective, interactive, interesting, easy to understand, more entertaining, just because of its power of total immersion.
The easiest answer is that virtual reality “tricks” your brain into thinking you’re someplace else. A virtual reality headset shows you an image, and when you move, the device modifies the image to make it appear as if you’re actually inside a different environment.
Anything and everything. Virtual reality can be used for education, research, entertainment, and more. Businesses and institutions use virtual reality to increase brand awareness and drive conversions. In fact, about 75 percent of Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands have created some type of virtual reality or augmented reality experience.
Computer-generated images and animation definitely have their place, but probably not in your marketing campaign. The best way to convey your message is to show the real-life experience you offer, in order to maximize engagement with your viewer. As slick as CGI can be, VR’s immersive capability really makes reality the best canvas to display your message.
If you want your brand to remain competitive, the answer is yes. VR platforms are where your audience will be spending more and more of their time, and if they’re not finding your message there, they’ll be finding someone else’s new campaign in their new virtual setting. And taking into account that the medium can introduce your brand to new audiences who may have never heard of you before, it’s an investment worth considering.
VRML stands for Virtual Reality Modeling Language. It is an ISO/IEC language developed by a combined effort of a group of companies and 3D designers and programmers for describing 3D scenes on the Web (fortunately from the beginning the effort converged to make it standard, no such luck with HTML until W3C was created). The documents have *.WRL extensions that can be viewed by a browser with an appropriate plugin or helper-application.
There is a thin line of difference between AR or VR
and MR. To elucidate the concepts in details it is important to understand each one separately.
When we speak on Augmented Reality, the first thing that hits our mind is Pokemon Go, the most vivid illustration of AR technology implemented into the gaming application. Therefore, AR basically adds elements to a live view usually seen through the smartphone camera.
This technology is best exemplified through the high definition gaming consoles usually played wearing a head gear such as HTC Vive or Google Cardboard. It gives a completely immersive experience in the virtual environment which is in complete contrast to the real one. Example: You can fight along the great warriors of first or second world war without physically participating in the war obviously. This is just an illustration given to explain the concept here.
As the term suggests, this particular concept has an unique amalgamation of both the elements of augmented and virtual reality mixed together where real-world and digital objects interact.
So, a top-rated mobile app development company can make use of either of the three explained technologies to give a completely out-of-the-world experience to the customers in concern.