At this public event, you will receive the latest update on what the skills the industry requires from Augmented Reality developers and learn how to get these skills with open resources created by CODE_REALITY team.
What to expect?
You will meet Augmented Reality experts visiting from the United Kingdom and Germany as well as local XR companies.
We will bring our AR smart glasses and apps for demonstrations.
A light meal and coffee will be served to keep us focused on the topic!
Who should attend?
The event is open for anyone interested in the topic of Augmented Reality, no matter if you are a software developer, a visual artist, a researcher, an industry worker or consultant, or a student of any study program.
Are you interested in learning how to develop AR apps yourself? We will point out how to start and how to become an expert.
Are you interested in AR solutions for your company? We will show the perspective and possibilities.
Are you interested in teaching AR or advancing the field in your research lab? We will share our resources, projects, results and experience!
12:00 - 12:30
Welcome & Lunch & Coffee
12:30 - 13:00
Augmented Reality skills for developers and how to get them with CODE_REALITY open materials
13:00 - 13:30
Presenting companies from the Norwegian XR Community
13:30 - 15:00
CODE_REALITY presenting Augmented Reality teaching resources, where to get them, how to use them and our experience delivering AR courses. This includes demos of two courses: “Foundations of Augmented Reality” and “Advanced Augmented Reality”.
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee & Networking
15:30 - 16:30
Augmented Reality demonstrations and networking
16:30 - 17:00
17:00 - ++
WorkWork is a great place to continue the evening with games and drinks!
More on Computing Education?
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WG 5: Developing a Model Augmented Reality Curriculum
In this Working Group, we will:
- Develop learning objectives based on the survey of Augmented Reality development skills
- Develop a Model Augmented Reality curriculum
- Describe Augmented Reality curriculum in the framework of the ACM and IEEE Computer Society curricula recommendations for Computer Science
- Review and outline further development of Augmented Reality teaching resources, including the open Augmented Reality Teaching book, video lectures and tutorials, and an online course initiated in AR-FOR-EU.