Junior Augmented & Virtual Reality - Part-time


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Online - Remote Learning
Wed Nov 11th - Wed Dec 9th 5:00pm-6:00pm 5 Days
Online - Remote Learning
Wed Nov 18th - Wed Dec 16th 5:00pm-6:30pm 5 Days
Online - Remote Learning
Wed Dec 2nd - Wed Jan 13th 5:00pm-6:30pm 5 Days
Online - Remote Learning
Wed Dec 16th - Wed Jan 27th 5:00pm-6:30pm 5 Days

Junior Augmented & Virtual Reality – Part-time

Junior Augmented Reality Virtual Reality

Imagine it. Build it. And go to a brand new place. Students learn how to create immersive environments so they can build what’s in their brains.




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Course highlights

What you learn

What you learn

Students design, code, and launch different Augmented and Virtual Reality experiences. VR is being used to view the bottom of the ocean, to train doctors, and to be a DJ on a virtual deck.

Design new worlds

Design new worlds

Learn how to overlay digital content on the physical world, using triggers to unlock the augmented reality content, and design your own augmented experiences.

The bigger picture

The bigger picture

AR is used widely in education and entertainment whereas VR is making a big splash in the world of games design but is also a growing technology for anything that requires you to immerse yourself somewhere where it's hard to be.

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Course Overview

This course is designed for primary aged students who are looking to learn about one of the most rapidly developing and exciting areas of technology – Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR & VR).

Virtual Reality (VR) endeavours to simulate real-life situations through the use of three-dimensional computer-generated environments. Augmented Reality (AR) on the other hand is the integration of digital overlays to enhance the physical world around us.

During this course, students will learn about how to use the newest AR & VR creation tools and use them to create and code their own augmented and virtual experiences.

You can read our AR/VR Blog Post to see how this technology will affect your future. 

This is an online learning course taught live by an expert tutor who is fully DBS-checked. You will join a small group of other young learners, working together and making lots of progress in fun and interactive sessions. All sessions are monitored and recorded for safety.

This course is also available in a Week-long format.

EDUCATORS: Request an after school club for your students.

What your child will learn

  • Develop deeper design skills within digital environments
  • Independently create and code character and environmental interactions within digitally created virtual environments
  • Understand basic concepts and technology tools needed to create AR and VR experiences.

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Meet Leszek

Leszek studies Electronic and Information Engineering at Imperial College London and teaches our coding courses. He loves using his STEM skills to bring people together and recently created an Imperial college fantasy football app that connects 200 players together. 

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