Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality

In this tutorial, Javascript meets Augmented Reality for the win! Prior Javascript knowledge makes building camera effects and filters for AR Studio a breeze. We walk through: Javascript set up in AR Studio, tracking facial features, responding to facial gestures, and creating animated particle effects. FusedVR AR Studio Get Started Tutorial Project Download

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HTC Vive, SteamVR, Virtual Reality

Finally got my hands on a Microsoft Windows VR Headset. Definitely still an early platform but I am excited for its potential In this video, we go over why you might consider developing for the Windows VR platform and how to use their API within Unity. There are still a few bugs that are getting worked out but surprisingly a lot of it has already been integrated natively into Unity which is exciting! VRTK Windows Microsoft Mixed Reality Toolkit Microsoft Unity Development Guide Microsoft Motion Controller Guide

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Virtual Reality

We love building and AR! Do we love AR Studio??? Check out our tutorial in which we show how to build an effect for Valentine’s Day on AR Studio! You’ll see how to add facial effects, tracked objects, and particle effects. Download and Setup AR Studio Download the AR Hearts project

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Virtual Reality

Recently both Snapchat and Facebook opened up their Augmented Reality platforms, AR Studio and Lens Studio. In this video, we wil compare the two side by side and see what features are included and how well they work. This includes positional tracking, face tracking, user interface, tracking stability, and share ability.

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HTC Vive

Create your own Lens for Snapchat using Lens Studio. The interface shares a lot of similarities to both Unity and Unreal. While there are some limits to what you can build i.e. a 4 MB file size, this is the tool developers have been waiting for in order to reach the large Snapchat audience In this video, we will go over how the interface is laid out, the interactive tap template, and writing a small JavaScript script to rotate our elephant. Super Cute! Lens Studio Download and Documentation

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