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Ever wondered about interfaces that enhance reality? Or concepts right out of science fiction? Or technologies that present an improved perception of the environment around you? Augmented reality, abbreviated as AR, attempts to do just that. It creates a fine line that separates virtual from real.

The main purpose of AR is collecting data from multiple sources, streaming and projecting them via the use of wearable or mobile devices. Users would be able to enhance their perception of the environment with the interactive and real time data generated by computers.

Goals

Generate Computerized
Real-Time Data and Information

Create Interactive
Models

Enhanced Interactive
and 3D content

Project the virtual on
to the real world

How is it different from virtual reality?

Augmented Reality

  • Enhances reality with the addition of graphics, sounds, touch and even smells
  • Closer to reality
  • Improves or augments the real-world
  • Quite closer to reality
  • Juxtaposition of virtual over real

Virtual Reality

  • Generates immersive computer graphics
  • Replaces the real
  • Blocks out the real-world
  • Removed from reality
  • Simulated virtual environment

AR Advantage

  • Automated tracking system
  • Cost cutting on industrial equipment with reduction in shut-down time
  • Optimized street views
  • Revolutionize the way retailers draw customers
  • Products visualization
  • Renders locations and images in 3-dimensional form
  • Adaptive system
  • Improved mobile usability with Augmented Reality as the user interface

Augmented Reality Toolkits and Apps we used to provide AR solutions to clients

  • Layar
  • Vuforia
  • Wikitude

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