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Virtual Reality
coding bootcamp
for Ages 10 - 16

Launching in Delhi, Gurgaon, and Mumbai this Winter -- for the first time in India!

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Sale Special introductory pricing of Rs. 15,000 per student for the first 100 signups. For December and January workshops only!

Learn to code immersive, 3D virtual reality apps and games.

Build 6 VR applications from scratch in 6 days during this first-of-its-kind coding bootcamp created specially for middle school and high school students.

No programming experience required. We'll teach you to code VR experiences in JavaScript using HatchVR, a custom VR App Development platform we developed just for this course.

Cost

Rs. 15,000

Duration

1 week (30 hours over 6 days)
Pick the week that works for you:
Dec 23 - 30
Jan 2 - 7
Jan 8 - 13

Locations

Delhi, Gurgaon, and Mumbai
on your school campus
or at Camp K12's offices

Brought to you by the MIT, Harvard, and ex-Apple team at Camp K12

For the past 6 years, we've been bringing you cutting edge technology workshops in topics like Android/iOS app development, game programming, full-stack web dev, drones, and much more. We're excited to share this VR course, our latest creation, with you this Winter!

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Meet HatchVR: the world's first VR coding platform for K-12

Building scenes and manipulating objects in 3D space with physics and multiple camera angles can get difficult. HatchVR makes it easy.

Work with built-in 3D models or import your own; code animations, games, and environments that you can walk around in and interact with.

No fancy headsets required

Using HatchVR, deploy and run your VR apps on any iPhone or Android simply by scanning a QR code.

We'll also show you how to publish your app at a unique URL so your friends and family can try it out from any web browser.

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Sign up now, limited spots available

Signing up is free and takes 30 seconds. No need to provide any payment details, we'll reach out to you later to process your payment if your spot is confirmed.

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