Summer Course Augmented Reality Boot Camp

Augmented Reality Boot Camp

The Summer Course in Augmented Reality Boot Camp aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of Augmented Reality (AR) concepts, technologies, and applications in the field of design.


Language English

Location On Campus

Fee 2.150€


A summer course made up of 60 hours with a mix of theoretical lessons, field trips and practical workshops.

Through the lectures and creative exercises, students will explore the AR technologies from core principles and components of AR systems, 3D graphics and renderings, gestures and interaction paradigms, storytelling and experience design in AR.


The summer course is addressed to:

  • students in their last years of an undergraduate programme (subject to prior evaluation)
  • postgraduate students
  • recent graduates

A general background in the areas of Product Design, Interior Design, Architecture, and Urban Landscape Design is required.

All relevant concepts and methods will be explained in introductory talks that will enable an effective engagement of participants into planned practical activities.


Participants will be able to:

  • discover what is AR technology and application
  • translate the personal experience of the course into written, photographic or visual form
  • synthesise diverse information and visualise the understandings through a reflective learning journal

At the end of the course participants will get a DOMUS ACADEMY CERTIFICATE and 4 ECTS* credits.

* ECTS credits will be indicated in the final transcript upon successful completion of a course, but will be transferred at the option of each student’s home university

Programme Leader


After earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Architecture and Building Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Aoi Hasegawa launched her career as a set designer at Fuji Television Network in Tokyo, where she designed sets for Japanese and international musical acts. In 2005, Aoi moved to Milan and earned a second master’s degree at Domus Academy.

Since 2006, she has worked with Domus Academy, first as a project assistant and tutor and now as programme leader of the Master in Product Design and Master in Interior & Living Design course. She also collaborates professionally with various companies and studios in the fields of product, interior, and strategy design.

Project Leader


Evangelist for the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), with a focus on 3D and Immersive Technologies, the W3C is the main global standards organization maintaining and fostering the development of the Web as we know it, since its foundation in 1994 by web inventor Tim Berners-Lee. W3C’s mission is to lead the Web to its full potential.

Giorgio Mazzucchelli has been working in the field of 3D and spatial technologies in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, & Construction) sector, researching state-of-the-art solutions and developing tools and services, to help companies make the most of the Digital Transformation shift. He has fostered the adoption of immersive technologies, as VR and AR, with a particular focus on the Web, since the first steps, in mid 2010s, contributing to start and grow the local community of designers, coders and developers.

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