Overview

HelloHolo’s Mixed Reality Developer course aims to expose course attendees to the digital future of mixed reality and immersive media through the Microsoft HoloLens. Course attendees will have hands-on experience with the Microsoft HoloLens headset as well as other competing headsets. They are expected to learn the basics of mixed reality development using C# programming and Unity 3D. The course will be taught by HelloHolo’s pioneer mixed reality developers who are also industry experts in the field. The course comprises of 21 hours of course content in total.

Learning Outcome

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of Mixed Reality apps on the Microsoft HoloLens
  • Design and architecture an app on the Universal Windows Platform
  • Use and navigate Microsoft Visual Studio and Unity Editor
  • Use the Unity Engine and C# to build 3D Universal Windows Platform apps
  • Understand and use of the Windows Mixed Reality APIs (displaying holograms, reacting to gaze, gestures and voice interactions and perform spatial mapping)
  • Understand and use of advanced Mixed Reality concepts (sharing holographic experiences on a local server, anchoring holograms onto physical objects using Vuforia SDK)

Who Should Attend

  • Individuals interested in taking their first step in mixed reality development
  • Employees looking to see how they can apply mixed reality in their work
  • Managers and executives looking to understand mixed reality, to see how it can transform business operations in all industries (engineering, healthcare, retail management, etc.)

Eligibility Criteria

No prerequisite for this course but some coding knowledge will certainly enhance the experience even more during the course. If not, you'll learn your first line of code!

This course is endorsed under Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Programme Plus (CITREP+) Programme.
To find out more about CITREP+ Funding, please refer to Programme Support under Training Course and Certification.


Information is accurate as of 9 Jan 2020