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AR is still cutting edge technology, and while there’s no standard for AR today, we can start experimenting with using web tools to create AR-enhanced web experiences. Well talk about an efficient Augmented Reality solution on the Web that runs 100% in web browsers, this means no app to install! In this session, we will learn the easiest way to start prototype & share Augmented Reality experiences on the Web Bio: Ron Dagdag is a community leader with specialty for all things .NET, C#, Web Development in Node and Javascript, In addition, he builds HoloLens and Mixed Reality applications. He is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies. During the day, Ron is a Senior Software Engineer at thyssenkrupp Elevator. Where he supports developers with their Windows, Web and 3D application development. On the side, Ron is a Hackster Ambassador and Littlebits Chapter Leader in Dallas organizing workshop events. Creates resources for developer by building creative projects at, He is passionate to learn about convergence of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, Machine Learning and Internet of Things.


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