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The Complete ARKit and iOS13 Developer Course

Must have a computer with OSX or macOS on it
iPhone or iPad running with the A9 chip or more
Basic programming experience needed.
Do you want to create a handful of Augmented Reality apps?

Do you want to learn the apps you want to create?

If you do, then you’re in the right place. This is The Complete iOS 11 ARKit Developer Course, and in this course you’ll learn how to create a handful of meaningful iOS apps using ARKit. Together we start from the very beginning covering the basics of Augmented Reality and ARKit. We dive in and create a handful of meaningful Augmented Reality apps.

What do you mean by meaningful?
By meaningful, the apps we create have meaning to you, you have the opportunity in suggesting what we create. There’s no limits to what we can learn in this course. Limits stop people from fun. I want you to have fun.

Learn to:

Run your first Augmented Reality app

Test your basketball skills by shooting at a moving net (AR BasketBall)

Launch a Space Shuttle and Flying Saucer into Space(AR Shuttle Launch)

Learn the apps you want to create, you suggest what we do

Why should you take this course?

We don’t just write code, we explain it

We only learn the apps you want to create, every student has the opportunity in suggesting what we learn.

This course is constantly growing with new apps

Over $400 Dollars has been spent on the amazing 3D models, models which are all yours

All the required source codes are available to download.

With this course you’ll have life-time access to all the materials and apps we create, there’s also a 30-day satisfaction guarantee which comes as standard. And so were now in a position in which we have nothing to lose but everything to gain. And if you want to dive in and get started in the world of Augmented Reality, what are you waiting for?

Take this course and get started!

Who this course is for:
Complete beginners who are willing to work hard.
Anyone who wants to learn how to build iOS Augmented Reality Apps

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