Are you ready to take your step into the world of VR?
Let's face it, developing for VR is hard, especially WebVR. There are so many paths that you can take, each with it's own set of tools.
On top of all this, web is evolving. It is no different with WebVR.
It can be overwhelming. Where do I start? What should I learn first. And because of the current state of VR, WebVR is being updated and support on browsers are being added
Learn the right thing. That is the difference between creating your application and wasting a lot of time. You can spend a lot of time reading and playing with tools and yet complete nothing.
This is why you need some structure for learning. There are many things to learn when it comes to WebVR. You'll need to know about WebGL, Three.js, 3D models, shaders, projections and so on.
Rison is a true frontiersman in the area of WebVR, I recommend anyone interested in learning this important new tech to follow his work. - Ben Erwin, Entrepreneur and Web Developer
You also need to understand UI design with VR since the user will be interacting with your application in complete 360 view.
Keeping this in mind, this course will not only prepare you to develop in WebVR. It'll also teach you best practices that you can apply to any VR application development. Once you complete this course, you'll be comfortable creating WebVR apps.
If you've not developed before, don't worry, I try to explain it everything in very simple terms. There is also a private forum where you can ask any question to help you progress in VR.
Rison has done an amazing job building my website utilizing VR functionality. He is very responsive and has gone above and beyond to understand my objectives and execute a design and interface that is both unique and cutting edge. He has worked with me on my timeline and is very reasonably priced.
I would definitely work with Rison again and highly recommend him to anyone looking to learn new skills in VR, build a website or VR applications! - Cliff Gladstone, CEO of 360 Entertainment
Virtual Reality is taking over the world
There is huge rise in VR jobs and so is the salary
I'm sure you'll be making a 10x return from this investment.
WebVR developers earn salaries over $100,000 a year. After this course, you'll have a resume ready to make yourself employable as a WebVR developer. That is over 2000x return on investment!
Even if you choose to be a freelancer, you'll a huge portfolio of products to showcase once you're done with the course. That means, you're not only learning WebVR, but also building a repository of projects that you can showcase. Most freelancers in this space earn $100/ hour, so you'll have made the money back after 1 hour of billed work.
The content for this course took me over 300 hours to create, which you're able to consume and add to your resume in hours. It is a no brainer investment if you're serious about getting into WebVR.
Can I make money off these projects?
Of course! You're free to use these as your starter templates for your applications.
Once you're done with the course, you'll be comfortable building your own WebVR applicaitons. That doesn't mean you should use the projects given in this course.
In fact, it is encouraged to use the code created on your resumes, in your projects or anywhere it might help you to build VR applications.
How Does the Sign Up Process Work?
It's so easy that you'll be watching your first video in about 60 seconds.
After clicking the Get Access button you'll be taken to a form where you'll fill out your email. Then you'll be asked for your billing details. This creates an account on my platform.
After filling out that short form, you'll be immediately taken to the course back-end where you can either binge watch the entire course in an afternoon, or take it at whatever pace works best for your schedule.
It's also worth mentioning that I use Stripe to process all payments. Your billing details are safely processed and stored on their servers, not mine.
What if I'm not a developer?
If you want to learn WebVR and use it, then YES!
Even if your primary role is not developer, you can still learn and get a lot of actionable insights from this course.
For example, if your job involves managing WebVR developers, you can get insights about how your developers think and make better decisions that help you save time and money for you.