|19 May 2018||9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Malaysia Room (2nd Floor, MaGIC) View map|
|Admission RM600 (before promotional price)|
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A Virtual Reality (VR) Developer is an amazing career, that is both high in demand and salaries. Every innovative VR professional relies on a core set of tools and principles.
This course will introduce you to Virtual Reality (VR) and teach you everything you need to know – from the basics, the hardware and the history of VR, to different applications as well as the psychology and the challenges of the medium.
The course is designed for both people who are new to VR as well as individuals who have never experienced VR or know much of its hardware. As a beginner, participant will be taught on how to evaluate existing VR applications, as well as to design, test, and implement their own VR experiences/games using Unity at the end of the course. The course will also be covering topics such as Mobile VR and devices, such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The journey to becoming a VR developer starts with mastering the underlying hardware and software principles. This course covers the basic skills needed to produce professional VR experiences that are comfortable, polished, and performant.
Lesson 1: What is VR
Lesson 2: Platforms & Paradigms
Lesson 3: Hello World
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Asyur Anwar is the founder and CEO of Easytech Digital Solution (www.eztech.co), a company that is dedicated in providing the best user experience to their client by developing augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), mobile and web solutions. Asyur is passionate in making technology understandable and more inclusive to everyone. Before starting his own venture, he was a Lead Trainer for Coding@Schools Bootcamp, a program to equip the younger generation with the skills and abilities to become more creative and innovative. He was also one of the Mentor for 1Malaysia Entrepreneurship (1MET) Bootcamp 2015. Since then, he has taught and mentored more than 1000 school students and youth throughout Malaysia. Apart from that, he is also the Youth Ambassador for Asia Pacific UN-Habitat (United Nations Human Settlements Programme) and APCC (Asian Pacific Children Convention). He also co-founded a youth organization, YouthFinity, a global youth accelerator to help youth create SDG impact by designing tools and content. He received his tertiary education in Information Technology from the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), Gombak. During his college years, he was the president of entrepreneurship club and treasurer of the faculty students’ society. During free time, he enjoys travelling, watching cinema and playing futsal with his friends.