Break free of spatial limitations.
Get ready for a career in extended reality with XR Terra.
XR Terra has created the first outcome-focused courses for augmented reality and virtual reality. You’ll create a professional portfolio, even if you’ve never dabbled in AR or VR before.
XR Terra is a Unity Authorized Training Partner. Unity is the industry-preferred platform to create 2D, 3D, VR, and AR experiences.
Practice interview skills, receive curated job listings, and get your resume and portfolio in tip-top shape. Be matched with potential employers and XR Terra hiring partners.
Our intense 12-week program will prepare you with the key components of AR x VR. If you are serious about your training, we are serious about teaching you.
Start working with our enrollment team to find the best path forward.
Learn to develop dynamic VR and AR applications and prepare for a career in AR or VR software engineering, Unity or mobile app development, and even gameplay programming.
Learn to create immersive visual experiences and prepare for a career in AR and VR UX or UI design, 3D technical artistry, or AR and VR product design.
“I was already taking classes through Unity Learn, but I needed more.
In the XR Terra class, I learned so much more about game development. They teach you everything from the ground up: 2D, 3D, and then interactions, AR and VR. Each assignment builds on the concepts but also how to code it all efficiently.”
Through online instruction and self-study, XR Terra students create industry-led projects ready to showcase to prospective employers. Below is a sampling of what they’ve created.
XR Terra students enjoy live instruction from AR and VR experts. As industry veterans, they have developed specialized curricula to prepare you for today’s workforce — and tomorrow’s.
A content creator in Oculus’s Launch Pad program for emerging leaders, Devitt is a Unity certified programmer and founder of the meetup group Memphis Game Developers.
An expert XR engineer and educator, Craig has worked in large corporations including BCG and Wayfair building enterprise-level AR and VR applications. He is CEO of the non-profit Boston Virtual Reality, a community of over 6,000 members.
With over 15 years of interactive design experience, Kachina is a mixed reality design strategist at Boston-based architecture firm Arrowstreet. She is also a research associate at Harvard and MIT.