Julien Salvi - AR/VR on Android in 2021: AR/VR have been around for a while in Android now! Since the rise (and fall) of Google Cardboard, a lot of tools have come to help developers build great mobile experiences. In this session, we'll see how the AR ecosystem is strongly evolving with ARCore, Unity, Google Maps and more. And how VR has slowly disappeared from Android.
Mike Trizio - UI/UX App Design at Mixed Reality Age: Smartphone and smart glasses manufacturers like Google, Apple and Microsoft are increasing the number of available devices with mixed reality features. The environmental understanding capability allows the developers to create a totally new kind of experience for the users using framework like ARCore, ARKit or Microsoft Mixer Reality Toolkit. They provide a deep merging between the virtual and the real world around us. It’s easy to make mistakes so the users can feel uncomfortable living the experiences with our AR apps. In this talk we discuss the best approach to design good user interfaces and provide a shine natural interaction for the user based on mixed reality paradigm.
Into the Android development since Froyo when Fragment was just a myth, former Android engineer at CINEMUR, I am currently working at InnovOrder as Senior Android Engineer where we are bringing restaurants to the next level. Besides that, I am a world traveler and a beer lover always looking for the best IPAs!
Aspiring and self-driven final year Electronic Engineering student pursuing to study and conceptualize electronic systems that are constantly evolving day-to-day. Persevering to gaining insight into new and existing technology, with exposure to a multi-national educational environment having done schooling in India and China. Profound interests in Software Engineering, Product & Project Management.
Second Year Electronic Engineering student
Pursuing Bachelors in Electronic Engineering