While this list isn’t a bunch of stuff that is the hottest, greatest or even newest, it is what I’ve been looking at. If you want the latest resource then keep on moving because this is my resource list. I’m giving you the look into what I’ve been looking at, watching, reading and everything outside the actual programming aspect of it all. This could mean links to articles I’ve read, books I’ve read, books I want to read, online deals for resources, tutorials and everything. Not everything on this list is free, but it’s worth checking out!
Common Sense, the Turing Test, and the Quest for Real AI (MIT Press) 1st Edition by Hector J. Levesque (Author)
This book has been intersting just learning more about everything the title is. Common Sense, The Turing Test and the Quest for Real AI. I’m nearly done, but it does bring up interesting studies that were done to try to create AI as well how scientists are trying.
Experience on Demand: What Virtual Reality Is, How It Works, and What It Can Do
I picked this one up at the library and plan on reading it after the first one I mentioned.
Virtual Reality by Springer Nature
I love a good Humble Bundle special! My collection of Steam games is essentially 95% from paying the minimum $1 for a few cheap games. I was bummed at first knowing they had books, but then was happy to know it was all about Virtual Reality! I plan on getting the full tier. Act fast though, this deal ends July 16th at around 2pm Eastern I believe, which isn’t much time if you’re reading this.
Tier 1: Pay $1 or more
- Learning Webbased Virtual Reality
- Processing for Android
- Develop Microsoft HoloLens Apps Now
- Humanity 2.0
Tier 2: Pay $8 or more
- Human Factors in Augmented Reality Environments
- Virtual Reality and Animation for MATLAB and Simulink Users
- Feeling Present in the Physical World and in ComputerMediated Environments
- Beginning Windows Mixed Reality Programming
- Pro Processing for Images and Computer Vision with OpenCV
Tier 3: Pay $15 or more
- Echoes of Other Worlds: Sound in Virtual Reality
- Augmented Reality Art
- Being Really Virtual
- Augmented Reality
- Learn Unity for Android Game Development
- Envisioning Holograms
Online Udemy Courses
Introduction to Unity for Absolute Beginners 2018
If you’ve seen my last posts, then you’ve seen some things I been creating. I did those through a free Udemy course by Diego Herrera. I was unsure of where to go for AR and Unity stuff and I saw him but I wasn’t sure of his teaching style. There’s a ton of cool Udemy courses out there showing cool things, but I’ve purchased those courses and the teaching style just seemed out of place and hacked together. He offered the course for free so I gave it a shot. I absolutely loved his tone and teaching style that when I went looking for more, I went and made a purchase for his latest course.
Discover Voice Controlled AR Apps | Unity & A Cloud Based AI
Just by watching the preview for it, it seems like something I can’t wait to dig into after writing this article. Expect more of my next blog posts to be focused around what I create in that course.
That’s all I have for today. Short and simple and of course I came up with it in the past 6 hours cause I was so excited to share with what I’ve been checking out today. I look forward to bringing you more info on what I was able to find out on my journey!
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