Applications of Augmented & Virtual Reality in different sectors

| October 26, 2018

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Augmented Reality had already existed in 1930’s, but with the recent advancements in the smartphone, it is slowly becoming a common household name among the users and industries. Nowadays many businesses & different sectors have begun using augmented reality to enhance and promote their business/ projects at a better level. And with the release of the product like Google Glasses it is becoming a hot trending topic in the market. AR provides an intuitive way to provide real world information and present it in an interactive manner so that the virtual elements become the part of the real world.If you are a gamer, then it shouldn’t be something new to you that how augmented reality and virtual reality can revolutionize the entertainment industry especially gaming industry. But there are several other industries which can also be enhanced by AR and VR. Like gaming industries, they too have the potential of blurring the differences between the real and digital worlds.

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