Build new skills.
Surf the next AR technology wave.
No previous experience required.
Augmented reality is already within our reach. Advance your career by building your skills in this rapidly growing immersive technology space. ARkit has been called a “Game Changer” for Augmented Reality. It allows developers to create augmented reality apps natively for iOS. This technology opens up the door for creative people and mobile app designers to build new experiences in a brand new industry that is expected to grow up to $165 billion by 2024.
In this course, you’ll learn IOS app development fundamentals with a strong practical focus on AR. You will also get detailed feedback on your project from expert reviewers and one-to-one online support from an exclusive community of fellow students.
Enroll now and surf the next AR technology wave with us.
At Oarsis’ offices:
Calle Martín de Vargas 40
28005 Madrid (Spain)
48 HOURS + PROJECT
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5PM to 9PM
June: 19, 21, 26, 28
July: 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 23, 26
48 HOURS + PROJECT
Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 5PM to 9PM
October: 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31
November: 6, 7, 13, 14
WHY LEARN ARKIT?
ARKit will come to 400 million iOS devices this year, making it the largest immersive technology platform in the world. With AR Basecamp, you’ll learn to develop augmented reality apps using ARKit; an essential skill for advancing your career in this space.
Boost Your Career
Learn From The Best
Method 75% practical
No previous experience needed
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
Looking to make a transition into a technical career? Acquire the right set of skills to land a job in an AR-related position.
Thinking of launching an AR company? Acquire the skills required to build an MVP and better manage a technical team.
Looking to complement your existing skill set? Excel in this new area of computing and go up the ranks.
Just graduated from high school or college? Complement your skills for getting the job you want.
Learn the basics of programming with Swift, Xcode & Github, which are fundamental tools that you will use to build your different projects during this course. At the end of the week, you will be able to develop a basic app structure and save the information in a variety of tools.
Explore the different ways to connect your app’s data to a programming interface (API) and learn to display that information, customizing it to fit your project’s vision!
Master how to connect your project to an existing database and create an app that displays a mapview. You’ll be able to customize your map by adding relevant details (pictures, pins, description…) to engage your potential users.
Dive into the fascinating world of ARkit! Learn the basics of how to add virtual objects and display text in the real world by designing your own app in ARkit. By the end of the week, you’ll be able to use those basic objects and move them around the real world.
Utilizing your new skills creating objects, this week you’ll learn how to animate your different objects in your project, placing them on surfaces and scaling them to fit the real world!
Ok, so now that you can create objects, place them in the real world and make them move, it’s time to get to the fun stuff! This week is all about measuring lengths to launch “missile”-like objects. These calculations include gravity, friction, and collisions with other bodies.
¿Would you like to know how to develop similar AR experiences with ARKit?
YOUR LEAD INSTRUCTOR
Learn from the best teacher in town! Ben has been programming software since he was 12 and has been developing IOS apps since 2010, previously working on many different apps, such as The Times iPad app at News International. For the past year, he has been training people to become IOS developers in Amsterdam, helping them gain positions at top corporations and software agencies. He believes the iPhone was a game changer for developers, as suddenly anything they could imagine could be created and published to the world.
“It makes it more even more exciting and fun to create software if you know you can improve someone’s life, even in a small way, and the AppStore allows this…ARkit is the next evolution in Apple’s platform and allows for exciting and new ways for users to interact with the world around them.”
WANNA TALK? BOOK A CALL WITH US!
Book a call with one of our experts or alumni to discuss your goals and whether the program is the right fit for you.
OUR OFFICE SPACE
We have compiled the most common questions we get from our students. If you still have any doubts, don’t hesitate to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our awesome team members will get in touch with you.
Where are the courses given?
Courses take place in our office space in central Madrid at Calle Martín de Vargas 40.
We are close to Embajadores, Delicias & Palos de la Frontera metro stations.
How do I know if this course is for me?
Don’t worry, just book a call with us to ensure the course will fulfill your expectations.
What if I can’t attend a class? Can I reschedule it?
Classes cannot be re-scheduled unfortunately. The instructor will nevertheless send you the information by e-mail for you to make sure you are caught up with the group for the following class.
Do I need to bring my own computer?
Yes, you need to bring your computer to the class.
Make you it’s a MAC OS and that you have pre-installed Xcode 9.
Is the course available online?
This particular course is not available online. Our method was developed specifically to be able to teach you the most in the least amount of time, through real physical interactions between instructors and students.
What if I don’t have a MAC?
We have partnered with a local company that can rent you the equipment for the duration of the course at a very competitive price.
How many students is there per cohort?
We have limited cohorts to 10 students per class to ensure that you get the most out of the course.
Can I join this course if I don't know how to program?
Yes you can! This course was designed for people with no previous programming knowledge. Our instructors will spend the first few classes teaching you the basics of programming and IOS app development. One you have learnt the basics, you’ll be ready to dive into ARKit and develop your own AR apps.