Despite popular forays into augmented and virtual reality in recent years, spatial computing still sits on the cusp of mainstream use. Developers, artists, and designers looking to enter the field of augmented and virtual reality today have few places to turn for expert guidance. Hopefully, they’ll find a book like O’Reilly’s
Creating Augmented and Virtual Realities that provide a great understanding of the AR and VR development pipeline with step-by-step tutorials for building practical applications. But if someone on your tech team wants to dive even deeper into AR—or any new technology, for that matter—where can they turn?
Learning platforms give tech teams a real advantage
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