What is AR?
AR stands for Augmented Reality. It is a technology that superimposes digital information, such as images, text, or 3D models, onto the user’s view of the real world. The goal of AR is to enhance or augment the user’s perception of the real world, rather than replace it.
AR can be experienced through a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, and specialized AR headsets. The technology uses a combination of cameras, sensors, and software to detect the user’s environment and overlay digital content onto it. This can be used for a variety of purposes, such as providing additional information about a physical object, enhancing the experience of a video game or movie, or providing visual instructions for performing a task.
AR can be used in various fields such as gaming, education, medicine, design, marketing, and more, it’s becoming increasingly popular in industries like construction, retail and e-commerce, automotive, and manufacturing, among others.