Session Information

Azure Spatial Anchors: Building a Shared Mixed Reality across Devices (Hololens, iOS & Android)


Azure Spatial Anchors is a cross-platform developer service that allows you to create mixed reality experiences using objects that persist their location across devices over time. This enables developers to build apps that map, designate and recall precise points of interest that are accessible across HoloLens, iOS and Android devices. It allows people in the same place to participate in multi-user mixed reality applications. For example, two people can start a game of mixed reality chess by placing a virtual chess board on a table. Then, by pointing their device at the table, they can view and interact with the virtual chess board together. One of the people can use an iPhone while the other can use an Android device. We'll explore the exciting new Mixed Reality world where Visual Studio + Unity makes these amazing cross-device immersive experiences the Reality possible today! Interested in being the employee or consultant that becomes the go-to guy or gal that Enterprises look to for leading these projects? Or starting your own company working on this future focused technology? Join Lance Larsen (Microsoft MVP) and organizer of MADdotNET (Madison's .NET User Community) in building the skills you will need for the growing global Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality Markets that are projected to reach $814.7 Billion By 2025.

100 - Beginner
.NET Cloud Mobile
09:15
Lewis 308