What is an AR for?
To expand and complement the real world
Augmented Reality (AR) integrates virtual objects with the objects of the natural world in real time. A typical example is using your smartphone’s camera to see the world around you through computer-generated images (buildings, signs and other objects).
When you need to show non-existent objects in a real situation
It is a great technology if you want to see what a new dress will look like without putting it on, to see how the piece of new furniture matches the interior of the room, how a swimming pool would fit in your backyard.
When you want to show how a hidden mechanism operates
The operation of a complex mechanism becomes obvious if you apply this technology. You could scan an object and the augmented reality tech would be able to show you the inner mechanisms of said object.
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Mobile Development Tools
- iOS native tools
- AR SDK: ARKit, Vuforia, Kudan.
- Android native tools
- AR SDK: ARCore, Vuforia, Kudan;