Learning AR in 5 Weeks, is it possible? A part of my senior project.

Hi everyone!

I am wondering how to approach AR and googling around was confusing and hard since I didn’t understand much of what is AR-sphere.

For my senior project, I had an idea of laying out three boxes on a table.A person will then take a website quiz (I will create) to find out which box to „look through“.When they figure out what box to grab, they will use their camera to perform an „x-ray lens-like“ looking inside the box through their camera without opening the box.

I was thinking of using AR to perform an x-ray vision like through the camera. I am just wondering how to go about learning how to accomplish this? And reasonably speaking, would this be possible to learn in 5-6 weeks?

Here is an example: https://imgur.com/Nwm5uh0I was inspired by this and want to create a similar experience but more in-depth.

EDIT:I don’t know if this helps but I know CSS, html, little of Jquery and JS.I’m willing to learn anything that would make this simple as long as I can finish it in 6 weeks! 🙂

Also, I downloaded Spark AR Studio but I am feeling like that is not the right tool for my idea.

I’m open to all suggestions, advice, and knowledge!

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Hi everyone!

I am wondering how to approach AR and googling around was confusing and hard since I didn't understand much of what is AR-sphere.

For my senior project, I had an idea of laying out three boxes on a table.A person will then take a website quiz (I will create) to find out which box to "look through".When they figure out what box to grab, they will use their camera to perform an "x-ray lens-like" looking inside the box through their camera without opening the box.

I was thinking of using AR to perform an x-ray vision like through the camera. I am just wondering how to go about learning how to accomplish this? And reasonably speaking, would this be possible to learn in 5-6 weeks?

Here is an example: https://imgur.com/Nwm5uh0I was inspired by this and want to create a similar experience but more in-depth.

EDIT:I don't know if this helps but I know CSS, html, little of Jquery and JS.I'm willing to learn anything that would make this simple as long as I can finish it in 6 weeks! :)

Also, I downloaded Spark AR Studio but I am feeling like that is not the right tool for my idea.

I'm open to all suggestions, advice, and knowledge!

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