Augmented Reality (AR) is revolutionizing the way we interact with digital content. With AR, designers can unlock a world of immersive experiences and create captivating AR content. To harness the full potential of Augmented Reality, it’s crucial to ensure your devices meet the compatibility requirements.
Check Your System Compatibility:
For Windows, Click on the Start button, right-click on “Computer” and then click on “Properties”. This process will display information about the laptop’s computer make and model, operating system, RAM specifications, and processor model. For display configuration, search dxdiag in the search bar and press enter.
For MacOS users, Choose the Apple menu > About This Mac. This opens an overview of your Mac, including your Mac model, processor, memory, serial number, and version of macOS. To see the greater detail provided by the System Information app, click the System Report button.
Minimum Desktop Requirements for AR
We have listed down the system requirements and preferred devices that you can consider as a reference before starting the AR design course.
For Windows users
1. Processor: Intel Core i6 2.50 GHz or AMD equivalent
2. Operating System: Win 10 (64-bit)
3. RAM: 8 GB or more
4. Graphics Card: 4 GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD equivalent
5. Hard Disk: 128 GB (SSD preferred)
For Mac users
1. Processor: Intel 6thGen or newer CPU
2. Operating System: macOS 10.15 (Catalina)
3. RAM: 8 GB or more Metal2 Capable GPU
4. Graphics Card: 2 GB
5. Hard Disk:128 GB (SSD preferred)
For Windows, Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3, MSI GF63, HP Victus, ASUS TUF Gaming F15, and Acer Aspire 5.
For Mac, MacBook Air 13 inch, MacBook Air (M1), and MacBook Air (M2).
Minimum Mobile Requirements for AR
When it comes to the mobile sphere, the AR features support various iOS and Android devices, that are included in this List. These devices should feature powerful processors and updated operating systems to fully leverage the AR capabilities.
A stable and fast Internet network connection speed is recommended for joining the online Augmented Reality UI UX Design course.
If a learner has joined an online course for Augmented Reality UI UX Design, it is mandatory to acquire an Augmented reality-supported device to access smooth learning
For classroom AR UI UX Design batches, We can provide AR-supported devices but it is recommended to have your device,
especially when exploring our comprehensive UX Professional Track for an in-depth understanding of AR.