• Augmented Reality for Beginners!

  • Principles & Practices for Augmented Reality & Virtual Computers
  • By: Roger Froze
  • Narrated by: Jim D Johnston
  • Length: 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-09-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Roger Froze
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

Are you ready to learn all about augmented reality? If so, you've come to the right place.

Here's a preview of what this augmented reality book contains:

  • An introduction to AR
  • How augmented reality is used
  • The best design principles for augmented reality
  • AR principles for complex systems
  • Best practices used for practical applications
  • Getting the word out - Best AR campaign practices
  • Using Alexa to take smart control of the things you have to do
  • Correcting AR mistakes
  • Final tips for AR developers
  • And much, much more!

©2016 Roger Froze (P)2016 Roger Froze

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No real insights into AR - just common sense thoughts on basic software design. Didn't find it very useful

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  • wbiro
  • 09-05-18

Half Good Half Lame

Good: First half - describes various browsers Bad: Second half - a lot of lame advice for developers

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  • Jimaudible Beasley
  • 19-12-17

Not much substance on AR

If you are seeking a primer on augmented reality, may I suggest a quick review of Wikipedia.

This book briefly mentions augmented reality. The author highlights several applications that, at the time of listening, are becoming less relevant. This book is actually a compilation of his philosophical business advice. The author recommends taking into consideration such things as body posture, facial expression, and psycholinguistic delivery of your messages. And before you become a great augmented reality developer, you must first understand yourself so that you are not taken advantage of or bullied by other people. Really? There was almost nothing of substance on augmented reality.

The narrator was awesome.

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  • AyJayATL
  • 22-05-17

Terrible.

10 min max on AR, the rest is crap like "If you wanna be a great AR developer, say please and thank you." "To be respected, dress nice."