In this final part, you will be using Open CV’s tracking features to finish your augmented reality shooting game.
The first video in our Table Views in iOS series. Learn the basics of creating table views in the Storyboard editor using prototype cells.
In the third part of this series, you will be adding targeting logic to your augmented reality game through the magic of Open CV.
Continue building your augmented reality game in Open CV by adding a HUD and some fancy explosions.
Learn how to create view controllers that contain other view controllers. Also learn how view and view controller hierarchies work.
Learn to make an augmented reality shooting game on iOS, using the free and open source framework, Open CV.
Check out a fun video debate about which is the best framework to make 2D games on iOS: Cocos2D vs Sprite Kit vs Unity!
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Learn how to use animation controllers to move between a state machine of animations in this Unity 4.3 2D tutorial!
Learn how to use Unity’s powerful built-in animation system in this Unity 4.3 2D Tutorial!
Learn how to use tab bar controllers to display multiple tabs of information in your apps.
Get a handle on big data and learn all about string parsing and analysis in this NSScanner tutorial.
Add the finishing touches to your Flappy Bird game in this final tutorial in the series!
NSURLProtocol is the lesser known heart of the URL handling system in iOS. In this NSURLProtocol tutorial you will learn how to tame it.