The 4 Simple Steps to Develop Your Own Mixed Reality Experiences… for Fun and Profit!

LHL Webinar

Join me Thursday, February 8th at 10AM over at LearnHoloLens.com where I’ll be talking about…

The 4 Simple Steps to Develop Your Own Mixed Reality Experiences… for Fun and Profit!

This webinar will cover HoloLens development as well as development for the immersive Windows Mixed Reality headsets.

You will not want to miss this! See you on the FREE webinar!

Mixed Reality Game Tutorial Part 13 – Deploying to Devices

This Mixed Reality Game Development Tutorial is the thirteenth and final part in a multi-part series where we created a complete game from scratch.

The goal of this series is to create a full game that will run on the Windows Mixed Reality headsets. While the game is be simplistic in nature, the process shows what all is needed to get a game actually completed.

In this thirteenth session we deployed the game to run on both the immersive headsets as well as on the HoloLens device as well.

I hope you have enjoyed the series.

If you want more in-depth training like this (that is a little more compact) then make sure to checkout LearnHoloLens.com

Part 0: Getting Started with Mixed Reality
Part 1: Setup
Part 2: Core Game Logic
Part 3: Game Controller
Part 4: Motion Controller Support / Input
Part 5: Keeping Score
Part 6: Hiding Items and Disabling Input
Part 7: Displaying Score and Strikes
Part 8: High Scores
Part 9: Adding Animation
Part 10: Implementing Animation
Part 11: Adding Sounds
Part 12: Adding Particles
Part 13: Deploying to Devices

Mixed Reality Game Tutorial Part 12 – Adding Particles

This Mixed Reality Game Development Tutorial is the twelfth in a multi-part series where we will create a complete game from scratch.

The goal of this series is to create a full game that will run on the Windows Mixed Reality headsets. While the game will be simplistic in nature, the process will show what all is needed to get a game actually completed.

In this twelfth session we create a particle system and play it when a match is made.

We will wrap up this series in the next session, so make sure to watch!

Part 0: Getting Started with Mixed Reality
Part 1: Setup
Part 2: Core Game Logic
Part 3: Game Controller
Part 4: Motion Controller Support / Input
Part 5: Keeping Score
Part 6: Hiding Items and Disabling Input
Part 7: Displaying Score and Strikes
Part 8: High Scores
Part 9: Adding Animation
Part 10: Implementing Animation
Part 11: Adding Sounds
Part 12: Adding Particles
Part 13: Deploying to Devices

Mixed Reality Game Tutorial Part 11 – Adding Sounds

This Mixed Reality Game Development Tutorial is the eleventh in a multi-part series where we will create a complete game from scratch.

The goal of this series is to create a full game that will run on the Windows Mixed Reality headsets. While the game will be simplistic in nature, the process will show what all is needed to get a game actually completed.

In this eleventh session we created sounds and played them when the items shuffle as well as when the answers are guessed correctly or not.

The next session will have us creating a particle effect that will occur when a right answer occurs.

Part 0: Getting Started with Mixed Reality
Part 1: Setup
Part 2: Core Game Logic
Part 3: Game Controller
Part 4: Motion Controller Support / Input
Part 5: Keeping Score
Part 6: Hiding Items and Disabling Input
Part 7: Displaying Score and Strikes
Part 8: High Scores
Part 9: Adding Animation
Part 10: Implementing Animation
Part 11: Adding Sounds
Part 12: Adding Particles
Part 13: Deploying to Devices