Learn how to create
Augmented Reality (AR)
without coding

Meet the instructor

Eugenio Solis de Ovando
Eugenio Solis de Ovando
Author of this website
I am a visual designer, photographer and professor based in the Metropolitan New York area.
In this website you can learn to create Augmented Reality without coding using different tools.

AR4 Education – no coding

There are several platforms to create Augmented Reality (AR), and each one of them are good in a specific area. There are applications that are good for facial recognition, 3D animations for objects, others in Android platform, IOS, etc. For this reason, we should experiment with different platforms of augmented reality.
In this website you can take free classes to learn how to use different software to design AR experiences and these classes are focus on AR tool without coding.

The AR Classes

These are the classes that you can take and software that you can learn.
All these classes are free and start from scratch.

Adobe Aero
Adobe Aero
With this class, you can learn how to design and share augmented reality experiences using assets you’ve created in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and other 3D and 2D software. Install Adobe Aero in your iPad or iPhone and import resources to create Augmented Reality experiences without complex coding.
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Brio VR
Brio VR
Great and simple option for iOS
Brio VR is a powerful and easy web based tool.
With this class you can learn how to design 3D elements and how you can add 3D interactivity and animations.
Scenes can be created via a simple drag-and-drop workflow, using a library of objects, including text elements, geometric primitives and a ‘treasure box’ of over 100 low-poly assets.
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Spark AR
Spark AR
the Facebook option for face recognition
In this class you can learn how to use Spark AR and how you can create an augmented reality mask that you can display using the Facebook camera.
The interface is simple and easy, and you have the option to create a face, a hand or a plane tracker for your AR projects.
This is a great tool for AR experiences with or without code.
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Simple interface and powerful options, based on web and you can create 3D elements for AR and VR. In addition you can easily import customizable 3D objects and materials from the Vectary library.
With this class you can learn how to create 3D elements and export files in USDZ format to display AR online in your website.
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If you have any question, feel free to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Class requirements

All these classes are free, but you need a device such as a tablet or smartphone that you can use to preview the examples.
If you don’t have a compatible device you can use a simulator, in the class I am going to show you how to figure it out.