Hello and welcome to the augmented reality training course with applications in Robotics.
In this course, we’ll cover a variety of new topics, such as using images to display models and calling functions,
surface detection and how to use it to display robot models
or waypoints for robot pathfinding,
and using the OpenCV library for object detection,
or both at the same time and use them as the trigger for different functions in augmented reality.
The first lesson of the augmented reality course will be published on Thursday at 9 am CDT. Stay Tuned!
The contents of the entire augmented reality training course are as follows:
- Introduction to Augmented Reality (AR) Course (1/9)
- How to Download and Setup Unity Engine and AR Foundation SDK (2/9)
- Image Target to Demonstrate a 3D UAV in AR Foundation + Using Image Target as a Trigger for a Specific Action (3/9)
- Ground Detection in Unity: Instantiate an Object (3D UAV) on the Detected Ground or Surface (4/9)
- Automatic Movement of UAV to a Target Position in Unity by Instantiating Flags as Destination (5/9)
- How to Install the OpenCV SDK in Unity (6/9)
- Object Detection Using OpenCV | Augmented Reality using OpenCV (7/9)
- Color Detection Using OpenCV | Augmented Reality using OpenCV (8/9)
- Object & Color Detection Using OpenCV | Augmented Reality using OpenCV (9/9)
[Important] augmented reality source Code:
The source code for the entire tutorials can be downloaded HERE!
Here is the first video, which is an introduction to the course:
Before continuing, review the following lesson to gain an understanding of augmented reality:
At the link below, you will find the corresponding lessons on augmented reality (note that more lessons will be added gradually):
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