606 BYOD: Augmented Reality 101
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Wednesday, June 26
Augmented reality (AR) enhances the world you're in with supplementary visual information. It can seem quite technical and out of reach, but did you know you can begin creating augmented reality content right now?
In this session you'll learn how to leverage budget-friendly tools to develop your own simple augmented reality applications. This session will enable you to create AR applications and give you a jumping-off point for building your AR development skills even further. Together we’ll use the ADDEDD model to design, create, and deploy an augmented reality project. You’ll leave this session with the knowledge to plan, build, and share your project with your co-workers.
In this session, you will learn:
- To review existing AR applications and apply their best practices/techniques to your training programs
- Plan a successful AR application for use in your existing training programs
- Explore the necessary components of a successful AR project
- Review tools and applications for creating simple to complex AR projects
- Build an AR application without any time or money investments up front
Designers, developers, managers
Technology discussed in this session:
Augmented Reality, Zap Works, Metaverse, Vuforia, HP Reveal, Namal, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Wearables for AR
Smartphone or tablet to view demos, laptop to create AR application with Zappar Design
Creative Interactive Ideas
Debbie Richards, the president of Creative Interactive Ideas, was named one of the most influential people in corporate eLearning for 2018. She works with organizations to design, develop, and deliver technology-based adult learning programs with measurable impact. Passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals, Debbie is the president-elect of the Association for Talent Development Houston Chapter and a past ATD national adviser for chapters.She is also the author of Seeing the Possibilities With Augmented Reality, an ATD TD at Work publication.