SDD 2017 Schedule
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Friday 19 May 2017
HoloLens developer in one day
Transform yourself into a HoloLens developer in one day. In this all-day post-conference workshop, we will teach you all you need to know to build the next generation of UWP apps: Holographic applications.
You will learn all about the platform, the unique capabilities of the device and all the ins and outs of the development of apps. In this day we will cover the following topics:
1. Overview of the device
2. Choices and platforms: DirectX versus Unity3D
3. HelloHoloWorld in Unity3D: your first app in Unity3D: the beginning of our app, built in Unity3D. We will use Unity3D for the rest of this course.
4. Gaze and Gestures
5. Voice input and spatial sounds
6. Spatial Surfaces
7. Deployment and the Store
8. Next steps
After all this you will have a thorough understanding of how to build your own great holographic experiences.
Dennis is a seasoned developer with a passion for the interface between man and machine. Anything that can help people get access to information is something worthy of his attention. He has been programming since the early 1980s, and still does that today. Next to his love of developing great-looking and accessible software, Dennis has a passion for sharing his knowledge. Currently he's focusing 100% on Microsoft's HoloLens. As one of the most visible advocates for this device in the Netherlands and Belgium, Dennis has been on national television demonstrating HoloLens, and has appeared in interviews in several major newspapers. He has been a Microsoft MVP for 12 years, and is chairman of dotNed, a foundation that organizes meet-ups and lectures about anything a developer on the Microsoft platform should know. http://vroegop.org @dvroegop