Getting started with Augmented Reality

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About this course: This course will teach you the basics of developing mobile applications using Mixed and Augmented Reality (MAR) technologies. Through hands-on projects, you’ll learn practical techniques to rapidly and easily prototype three different applications for Android smartphones and tablets – even with no previous coding experience. If you’re a creative entrepreneur, this is your ideal introduction to today’s trends in the products and technologies of the emerging augmented reality market. If you’re a journalist, media/content producer or teacher, you’ll discover how to augment print-based media with sounds, images and videos, and see how to create an augmented city map and g…

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About this course: This course will teach you the basics of developing mobile applications using Mixed and Augmented Reality (MAR) technologies. Through hands-on projects, you’ll learn practical techniques to rapidly and easily prototype three different applications for Android smartphones and tablets – even with no previous coding experience. If you’re a creative entrepreneur, this is your ideal introduction to today’s trends in the products and technologies of the emerging augmented reality market. If you’re a journalist, media/content producer or teacher, you’ll discover how to augment print-based media with sounds, images and videos, and see how to create an augmented city map and geo-located augmented reality game for your audience. If you’re a web designer or app developer, you’ll gain a range of technological building blocks that you can integrate into your service portfolio. Whatever your background, you’ll learn how to design cutting-edge visual experiences that will enhance your job prospects. What you’ll learn • All about the main MAR products and technologies on the market today • How to build three different augmented reality applications using an augmented reality browser and authoring tools • How to include image recognition and object tracking • How to use geolocation functionality for outdoor augmented reality • Details of the ISO-ARAF standard, an innovative language for representing augmented reality content Prerequisites • You don’t need any prior technical knowledge to take this course. • If you’re familiar with markup languages (HTML, XML, etc) and content management systems, you may be more at ease with the key concepts and techniques. This MOOC is supported by the Patrick and Lina Drahi Foundation. Follow us! Twitter : https://twitter.com/MOOCMAR Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MOOCMAR/

Created by:  Institut Mines-Télécom
  • Taught by:  Marius Preda, Associate Professor

    Télécom SudParis
  • Taught by:  Veronica Scurtu, Associate Professor

    Télécom SudParis
  • Taught by:  Traian Lavric, Research Engineer

    Télécom SudParis
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Syllabus


WEEK 1


Welcome
Welcome to the "Getting started with Augmented Reality" MOOC! We are excited to have you in the class. Let's meet the course team and introduce yourself to the community.


1 video, 3 readings expand


  1. Video: Welcome to our course Mixed and Augmented Reality!
  2. Reading: Course overview
  3. Reading: FAQ
  4. Reading: How to use Discussion Forums
  5. Discussion Prompt: Introduce yourself


Introducing Mixed and Augmented Reality



In this module we will explain the key concepts and techniques at work in Mixed and Augmented Reality. We will also spend some time explaining some business aspects of augmented reality: the AR market, the potential applications and the value chain. At the end of this module, we’ll identify the main characteristics of AR systems and we’ll specify the main components of an AR architecture.


6 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Video: What will you learn in this module?
  2. Video: Definition of Mixed and Augmented Reality
  3. Video: Mixed Reality Continuum
  4. Discussion Prompt: In which fields do you consider that AR applications can be applied?
  5. Video: MAR Market, Actors and Value Chain
  6. Video: Application vs. Browser
  7. Video: MAR System Architecture
  8. Reading: Augmented Reality History
  9. Discussion Prompt: What is the one question that is still on your mind after this module?

Graded: What are the Mixed and Augmented Reality concepts?
Graded: Check your knowledge on MAR Market and System Architecture

WEEK 2


Augmented Books



In this module you will create an AR application for printed media: an Augmented Book. For this, in the first part of the module, we shall use an authoring tool and an AR browser. In the second part, we will have a closer look at the code produced by the authoring tool. If you want to go deeper and learn how to “program” it and change the behavior of the application, you can access the Honors material. If you have difficulties with the assignments, you should post on the Discussions section to ask for help. To get started, please jump into the first lesson below!


9 videos, 14 readings expand


  1. Video: Welcome
  2. Reading: What will you learn this week?
  3. Video: Create an Augmented Book using an authoring tool
  4. Reading: How to access project assignments?
  5. Reading: Create an Augmented Book using the authoring tool, step-by-step
  6. Video: An Augmented Book example
  7. Discussion Prompt: Share your work for the Augmented Book
  8. LTI Item: Optional: Submit your work to the Augmented Reality Project Gallery
  9. Video: Download and install the ARAF browser
  10. Reading: Download the ARAF browser on your mobile device
  11. Reading: Note: How to allow the installation of non-market apps on Android
  12. Reading: Install the ARAF browser on your mobile device
  13. Reading: Open an AR file in the ARAF browser
  14. Video: Let's take it a step further
  15. Video: Augmented Book - Inside the ARAF file
  16. Reading: Main modules of the obtained ARAF application
  17. Reading: An Augmented Book template
  18. Video: Image recognition process
  19. Reading: Image recognition process – inside the ARAF file
  20. Reading: FAQ of Week 2
  21. Discussion Prompt: What is the one question that is still on your mind after this module?
  22. Video: Modifying the AR experience: replace a sound with a video
  23. Reading: Modifying the AR experience: replace one sound with a video
  24. Reading: Video resources to be used for the assignment
  25. Video: Demonstration of the modified AR experience
  26. Reading: Modified Augmented Book code
  27. Discussion Prompt: Share your modified Augmented Book

Graded: Start making your own Augmented Book
Graded: Quiz about the main modules of the ARAF file
Graded: Quiz about the image recognition process inside the ARAF file
Graded: Start modifying your Augmented Book

WEEK 3


Augment Your City Map
In this module you will learn how to use the image recognition and tracking process to enrich an image with a 3D object. At the end of this module, you will have an AR application that will augment a city map with a 3D model.


5 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Introduction
  2. Reading: What will you learn in this module?
  3. Video: 3D objects in ARAF
  4. Reading: How to run and visualize ARAF files on your PC
  5. Video: What is Vuforia?
  6. Video: Recognition process with Vuforia
  7. Video: Use the Vuforia descriptor in ARAF
  8. Reading: How to use the Vuforia developer website - Step-by-step
  9. Reading: FAQ of Week 3
  10. Discussion Prompt: What is the one question that is still on your mind after this module?
  11. Reading: Augment your city map - Step-by-step
  12. Discussion Prompt: Share your Augmented City Map
  13. LTI Item: Optional: Submit your work to the Augmented Reality Project Gallery

Graded: 3D objects in ARAF
Graded: Recognition process with Vuforia
Graded: Use the Vuforia descriptor in ARAF
Graded: Augment your city map

WEEK 4


Augmented Reality with Geolocation
This module concerns the geolocation in Augmented Reality and spans 2 weeks. This week, we walk you step by step in the creation of an AR geolocalized quiz game.


11 videos, 11 readings expand


  1. Video: Welcome
  2. Reading: What will you do in this module?
  3. Reading: Preparing the next assignement
  4. Video: Create an AR Quiz using the authoring tool
  5. Reading: Create an AR Quiz using the authoring tool : step-by-step
  6. Video: An AR Quiz example
  7. Discussion Prompt: Share your work for the AR Quiz
  8. LTI Item: Optional: Submit your work to the Augmented Reality Project Gallery
  9. Video: Geolocation in ARAF
  10. Video: What is a prototype? A basic example: Image PROTO
  11. Reading: What is a prototype? A basic example: Image PROTO
  12. Video: Enriching a prototype: add user interaction
  13. Reading: Source code for adding user interaction to a prototype
  14. Video: Map PROTO Step-by-Step
  15. Reading: Source code for the Map PROTO
  16. Video: MapMarker PROTO Step-by-Step
  17. Reading: Source code for the MapMarker PROTO
  18. Video: MapOverlay PROTO Step-by-Step
  19. Reading: Source code for the MapOverlay PROTO
  20. Video: MapPlayer PROTO Step-by-Step
  21. Reading: Source code for the MapPlayer PROTO
  22. Video: An example of a functional map in ARAF
  23. Reading: Source code for the full functional map in ARAF
  24. Reading: FAQ of Week 4
  25. Discussion Prompt: What is the one question that is still on your mind after this module?

Graded: Create your own AR Quiz
Graded: Quiz about geolocation and prototypes in ARAF
Graded: Quiz about map-related prototypes

WEEK 5


Customizing an Augmented Reality Game



In this module, you will have a closer look at the code of the AR Quiz produced by the authoring tool in the previous module. You will spend almost the entire module in understanding the ARAF format for AR Quiz and then you will learn how to “program” it and change the behavior of the application.


7 videos, 5 readings expand


  1. Video: Welcome
  2. Reading: What will you do in this module?
  3. Video: AR Quiz - Prototypes part 1
  4. Video: AR Quiz - Prototypes part 2
  5. Video: AR Quiz - Game's scene graph
  6. Video: AR Quiz - The game's behavior
  7. Reading: Source code for the AR Quiz
  8. Reading: FAQ of Week 5
  9. Discussion Prompt: What is the one question that is still on your mind after this module?
  10. Video: Closing comments
  11. Video: Map markers continuously updating their position on the map
  12. Reading: Programming a new behavoir for the AR Quiz : step-by-step
  13. Reading: Source code of the modified AR Quiz
  14. Discussion Prompt: Share your modified AR Quiz

Graded: Check your knowledge of prototypes used in the AR Quiz
Graded: Check your knowledge of AR Quiz scene and game behavior
Graded: Modify your AR Quiz

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