Very excited to have been chosen to be one of the presenters at this years Twin Cities Code Camp!
Will be continuing to share my passion for Mixed Reality development – with my “Ready Player Two: VR Game Dev” series of talks!
In the year 2044, the world is in crisis. To escape that reality, the populace turns to the OASIS, a virtual reality MMORPG that is more than just a game – it is a completely immersive virtual society.
Back in 2018, at the dawn of VR, the seeds of our future were planted. What would come to be a billion dollar market, that changed the world forever, began then…
This historic presentation inspired a generation of VR developers – leading at least in part to the OASIS we have today.
Code focused talk that will get everyone started making Microsoft Mixed Reality VR games…
- Focus on the latest and greatest VR hardware and software
- Focus on creating VR experiences within Unity / C# and Visual Studio
- Focus on integrating VR controllers
- Focus on creating your own 3D VR launch icons
Target Audience and Takeaways: Talk will accommodate a wide range of experience levels, introducing many for the first time to amazing XR/AR/VR technologies – getting them started with the tools and information to get them engaged. Additionally for the more experienced developers, we’ll include strong coding examples and resources to grow quickly and start their development futures in this emerging billion dollar field.
Lance Larsen (Microsoft MVP) is the Chief Visionary Officer (CVO) of HOLOSOFT (www.HOLOSOFT.net) as well avid community speaker, technology evangelist -and- president of MADdotNET, the Madison .NET developer community www.MADdotNET.com! Specialization in Mixed Reality – Hololens and UX.
At HOLOSOFT, we’ve thrown ourselves into the deep end of MR/AR/VR; Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality – and we’ll catch you up on what we’ve learned, available technologies, emerging technologies and the tools we use to write beautiful applications.
Lance is also one of the original organizers of That Conference (www.ThatConference.com) – the original Summer Camp for Geeks in the Wisconsin Dells!