Under the GUI Student creates Augmented Reality App Using Vancouver Public Library VPL Card
Kai (11 years old)
Kai is an Under the GUI Academy student in the UN502 class learning about Augmented Reality. This is a prototype of an Augment Reality app Kai is making. The app makes use of the computers cameras and projects a hologram of an image whenever it sees a Vancouver Public Library card. Kai is unsure what the final app is going to look like, but for now he says he just enjoys learning about how to program.
When I was 11 I spent most of my days playing games rather than making them – now kids are creating virtual reality VR apps I could I only dream about when I was their age.
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