In this video, learn exactly what you are building in this course and what you need to build it.
- [Instructor] In this LinkedIn Learning Course, … we'll be creating an application … to view a jet engine in AR. … We'll be able to walk around it, … and inspect it as if it was in the real world. … To do this, we will need to cover … how to setup a project in Unity, … bring in the packages we will need, … and publish to a mobile device. … We will also add simple interaction … that will allow us to tap on our engine part and inspect it. … We'll mainly be using portrait mode on the device, … because it allows you to hold the device in one hand, … and interact with the other. … Before we install Unity, … we'll need to know what platform we are going to use. … If you are using Android, … the Android libraries for AR are called ARCore. … Interesting fact, is that ARCore is also planning … to publish to iOS. … Make sure that you have … one of the Android supported devices. … Check the ARCore Supported Devices spec. … There are tons of devices being supported, … but make sure that you're running Android 7 or above. …
- The value of mobile AR in AEC
- Setting up AR in Unity
- Configuring Unity to build for iOS
- Running your AR app on Android devices
- Working with Unity AR Remote
- Setting up your UI for an application log screen
- Aligning your assets to your AR world
- Creating the dialog UI
- Importing CAD data
Skill Level Intermediate
Unity: AR Visualization 02 Basic Interactivitywith Roger Miller2h 39m Intermediate
Unity: AR Visualization 03 Complex Interactivitywith Roger Miller2h 34m Intermediate
2. Setting Up AR in Unity
3. Publishing Your AR Experience
4. Getting Going with Unity AR Remote
5. Populating Your AR World
6. Adding Simple Interaction
7. Bonus: Importing CAD Data
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