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Industries Reaping Benefits from these Top 4 AR Innovations
AR experiences can create a roadmap to success for industries in the real world!
FREMONT, CA: Latest Augmented Reality frameworks not only enable app developers to leverage digital elements in the real world, bringing fantasy to reality by creating an all-dynamic digital-real world.
Enhancing the Convention Experience
AR could turn the convention attendance experience into something far more productive and less stressful. AR convention guides will greet customers at AR "enabled" locations throughout a convention or conference hall, giving them timetable instructions, events, seminars, demos, catering, hospitality, etc. And with AR paths on the convention floor, it will be much easier for a participant to find a particular session or trade booth.
By overlaying data over a real-world environment, 3D AR data visualization can be used on the phone to help identify problems and opportunities. This is a sample of an immobilization app screen showing AR data sets placed on a phone screen throughout a city view, relying on images taken by a drone. Based on available air rights, the 3D AR data shows approximate building height.
Enhancing the In-Stadium Experience
Allow sports supporters on-the-spot to be more "engaged" and "immersed" in the field action in front of them by anticipating plays on the phone and seeing if they're correct. Sports supporters can also make sports bets by calling a game that is about to occur.
Today's AR goggles can project an actual individual's practical, 3D version in real-time into the physical environment of the goggles-wearer. This allows groups of individuals around the globe to make eye contact and communicate in other nuanced ways nonverbally— something that video conferencing attempts to accomplish.
AR applications are sure to culture creative, and enhanced interaction patterns between the user and the technology. With smooth, transparent, and 'as seen through the screen' experiences, AR revolutionizes the application outcomes to a vast extent.