Easy AR in Unreal Engine 5 – Simple XR Game Development paid course free. You will learn how to design your own AR game from scratch using Unreal Engine 5
- Gain an excellent general knowledge of video game design.
- Learn how to design games using Unreal Engine 5
- Product designing
- Learn the architectural way of game design
Easy AR in Unreal Engine 5 – Simple XR Game Development Course Requirements
- No necessary experience required
What You’ll Learn
- Build an Augmented Reality Project from Scratch
- Test Augmented Reality with a Phone Camera
- Unreal experience recommended
- No augmented reality experience necessary
What You’ll Need
We’ll show you how to get everything you need for this course.
- Epic Games account (free)
- Epic Games launcher (free)
- To install Unreal Engine 5.0 Early Access
- Windows computer
- Unreal runs slow even on M1 Mac with Parallels Windows Virtual Machine
- Android Studio 4.0
- To launch Unreal project on an Android device
- Android device with armv64
- iOS device not recommended without a Mac
All source files provided!
- Open with the Epic Games Launcher
We’ll be using Blueprints to write the scripts for this project. We won’t be using C++. Blueprints are a great alternative for beginners. As a game developer, you should know how to use BOTH blueprints and programming languages.
- Visual scripting
- Alternative to C++
- Great for beginners
- Easier to debug
- Good to know both
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In 2011, it was clear that there was an opportunity in the software education market. John has been programming since 1997 and teaching since 2002. He brings a unique perspective with years of experience in teaching and real-world experience running a software company.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn to code the fun way – by making games.
- Anyone who wants to switch to game designing
- Anyone who wants to learn game design