5 Reasons Why AR and VR Strategy is a Must for Your Business

| August 6, 2019

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Online shopping is getting more convenient with virtual try-on apps. AR visualization tools are making stock analysis easy. Pokémon like games are entertaining people and taking them out of the game room. There are many examples of how Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are easing the way we are doing our business.  What are AR and VR? Augmented Reality is a technology that overlays digital objects and information over the physical world to provide an enhanced version of the real world. Whereas, Virtual Reality creates a virtual surrounding. Both of the technologies somehow are related but different in various aspects. Both are based on spatial computing but provide a different experience to the users.

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