Dr. Schaub's CpS 209 students are working with Microsoft HoloLens technology to experiment with augmented reality.
CpS 209 is the second programming class in the Computer Science program. Students spend the first part of the semester learning the C# programming language, and mastering the Visual Studio IDE and Git version control. Then, they organize into teams and design a game project. The HoloLens is one option for their target development platform.
In a series of lectures and labs, students learn about augmented reality and how to develop applications for the HoloLens using the UrhoSharp framework.