Screens will evolve from rectangles that we look through, in to destinations we can move in to…
Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that combines computer generated and real world data by integrating real objects or space with virtual contextual information.AR attempts not only to superimpose graphics over a real environment in real-time, but also change those graphics to accommodate a user’s head- and eye- movements, so that the graphics always fit the perspective.
As production costs are falling and the technology improving, the adoption of AR will have a profound effect on our society; the way we interact with computers, one another, and the way we learn and work.
A lot of sectors such as advertising, real estate, surgery and architecture have started AR initiatives and are integrating it bit-by-bit.Imagine that just by hovering your phone over a paper, you can actually see and interact with on object shown on paper on your screen. This is npt any distant future, this is now.
The Smartphone is the gateway to the Augmented Reality of tomorrow, and probably of the future. They are now readily available and are in growing demand around the world and we like to chance on this opportunity, we are among the forefront to implement it and improvise on it, and deliver you the best AR solution possible.
Augmented reality has many applications, and many areas can benefit from the use of AR technology.
- Industrial design
- Office workplace
- Sports and entertainment
- Tourism and sightseeing