Augmented Reality or AR is a wonderful technology which turns the surroundings around you into a digital interface by adding artificial objects in the real world, in real-time.
The Augmented Reality technology is generally applied in the gaming arena. In AR games, immersive gaming experiences are created utilizing the actual surroundings. The biggest example of Augmented Reality game is Pokémon Go which allows users to follow and catch virtual Pokémon who are hidden in some areas of the real world environment.
Devices for Augmented Reality
- Atheer AiR Glasses
- Vuzix M3000 Smart Glasses
- ODG R-7 Smart Glasses
- Sony SmartEyeGlass
- Meta 2 AR Headset
- Recon Jet Sports Eyewear
- Magic Leap Head-mounted Virtual Retinal Display
- Daqri Smart Helmet
How AR Works?The main components of the AR are: a software to gather information on your surroundings, a smart camera, accelerometer, compass and GPS to locate the position in the real world. The location data obtained is then compared by the AR software to a database to check what the device is looking at and then allowing the device's artificial image to be displayed on the screen.
Augmented Reality ScopeThe AR technology is currently used in some of the following areas:
- Social Media
Programming Languages used for AR developmentMostly used programming languages are:
However, AR developers should have advanced computer vision skills, 3D modelling and desktop, web and mobile programming knowledge.
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