My First Project: A Thread


#1

Hi guys,

I thought that it would be nice to create a thread where we can all share the first project that we created.

It’ll be really nice to see where you all started and how your skills and knowledge of ZapWorks progresses/has progressed!

If you have a free minute to take part, please post the first project that you worked on below, with a little bit of context :slight_smile:


#2

So, my first project was built using Designer. I watched the Image Tracked to Video tutorial and thought that it might be something I could do (having no design, 3D or animation expertise at all). I was super chuffed that I managed to get it working and consider the publication of this project to be the moment that I fell in love with creating AR experiences.


#3

LOL Nice :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

Steve


#4

Fancy posting your first one @stevesanerd? :smiley:


#5

I’m trying to thing what was my first. I’m thinking it was for the first halloween competition back in 2017. I didn’t make it in time to be counted but it was used later as an example for the next years halloween competition.

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Steve


#6

Hey everyone! I’m Chris, one of the Senior AR Developers at Zappar HQ.

My first project using ZapWorks studio was part of the first round of content for PEZ Play, back in 2017, I’d only been working at Zappar for maybe a week and a half and by this point had only the tutorials on the docs to go through.

It’s a simple stacking game, festooned with lovely cherry flavoured PEZ candies. Under the hood it’s a bit messy, maybe not the most efficient project. I’ve come a long way since then, but so has the software.


#7

Would love to try it out.

Steve


#8

Hey Steve!

PEZ Play’s live on the app stores right now, and since we just pushed some new games, it’s never been better to play :slight_smile:


#9

This is my first Zapworks experience… 2016. Is full of issues that now I would easily fix, but is still fascinating…


#10

My first project was making my painting come to life, adding audio as the painting went with the audio telling a story about a hashtag.