According to Techcrunch recent article in June 2016, Virtual Reality (VR) is the next big thing. Facebook also made the bold move to acquire Occulus Rift, which is a company that designs VR headsets, for a staggering $2 billion. All data indicate that VR is the next big wave of change in the Media landscape. We’ve witnessed an exponential growth in availability of apps in the decade following commercial production of tablets and smart mobile phones. We can foresee that in the next decade, innovation in VR will also grow exponentially and websites will have a VR version that will allow users to view from their mobile devices+headset. As the hardware is currently getting more popular and sales are on the rise, there will be a demand for VR online applications.
The course was designed to teach the students about the latest technology for developing VR websites and the easiest way to make a start in designing such websites. The easiest technology that a developer or a newbie to use to make VR websites is the A-frame, developed by Mozilla. Although this technology is at an early stage, it is slowly gaining popularity. But it would require more developers to use it and build websites with the technology in order to further develop a systematic design methodology.
The first section is about using A-Frame and building on various tags to give the student to knowledge and skills to understand and use varioius objects on a VR scene. In the next sections , you will learn simple animations and use of cursors.
The course ends with simple projects such a Multicolored bubbles, Interactive Hotel rooms view and VR shopping page.
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Learn A-frame to build VR Websites
How to build Virtual Reality Websites with A-frame easily
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This course is for
• Web Designers who would like to code commercial VR websites
• Those who have interests in Virtual Reality products
• Web Designers who would like to add cool sites to their portfolio
From 2001 to 2006 he has worked at various positions in the Electronics Industry, including Sales Engineer for electronic instruments, Lecturing Electronics and Telecommunication, Test Engineer .
Ajmir worked since 2007 and for nearly 7 yrs at Xilinx in Dublin, Ireland as a Product Applications Engineer, supporting Xilinx FPGA Design Automation Software tools.
Since 2013 he grew interested in online entrepreneurship and started with building online courses in technology and language subjects. He completed a BSc in Digital Technology from the Digital Skills Academy in Dublin in 2017.
In 2018 he founded Schooleasy Ltd, which is a UK based company providing a smart educational website for UK primary school students.
Ajmir is interested in Mathematical Modelling, Algorithms and Education.
He likes travelling and discovering cultures.