Augmented reality (abbreviated as AR) is the technique that adds digitalization to the surrounding world. No, it does not create a new reality. Instead, AR overlays the present reality with computer effects and graphics, including videos, 3D objects, models, and textual data. Basically, AR builds a hybrid reality, taking users beyond the mundane aspects of their surroundings.
Today, the AR application market is growing at a quick pace. Coders face an array of challenges with so many fields – from healthcare to marketing and gaming that have been affected by augmented reality. AR mobile applications build an immersive personalized experience based on the user’s surrounding world. To give an example for AR just think of Pokemon GO. This is definitely the most popular augmented reality Gaming app as of today. Other successful examples of AR include Hololens by Microsoft and Google Glass. In this article, we will talk about AR as well as things you should know about AR mobile development.
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