Augmented Reality Cases That Have Changed The Way We Live!

| February 25, 2019

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Augmented Reality (AR) offers a world of potentialities for users.Let’s take a peek through the 10 areas of everyday life wherein Augmented Reality has made things easier, efficient and convenient. Imagine being on a voyage to new country or town and looking for a good restaurant, coffee shop or museum. No more wandering around clueless or asking for direction, use your AR device, scan a street sign or landmark and soon you will be on your way.And another fun way to explore your city or any city is to overlay 3D maps that show what the city looked like at any point in history.

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