What’s New in Unity’s AR Foundation

July 30, 2020

AR Foundation is Unity’s purpose-built framework for augmented reality (AR) development that allows you to build rich experiences once, then deploy across multiple mobile and wearable AR devices. Join us as we dive into the latest updates in AR Foundation, including support for the newest features of ARKit and ARCore.

Learn more about AR Foundation.

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Meet our hosts
Dan Miller Senior Developer Advocate, XR

At Unity, Dan is focused on Augmented and Virtual Reality, building content, sharing knowledge and helping the community. He has a background in game programming and development.
Twitter: @DanMillerDev

Todd Stinson Senior Software Engineer, XR Features

Todd has been at Unity for 2 years working in the XR Features team on AR Foundation. While at Unity, he's been involved with integrating new features including depth and occlusion as well as human segmentation functionality.

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