Augmented Reality (AR)

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What is the meaning of augmented reality?

Augmented reality refers to a type of interactive experience in which computer-generated perceptual information is added to the real-world environment. This type of environment allows users to interact with elements that have been augmented by the computer. Augmented reality can be used for a variety of purposes, such as navigation, gaming, and learning, and its potential to improve user experience is gaining popularity.

Augmented reality (AR) technology allows people to see and interact with virtual objects and information in the real world. It is achieved through the use of devices such as smartphones, tablets, or specialized glasses, which are equipped with cameras and sensors that can detect the user's surroundings.

When a person looks through an AR device, they see the real world in front of them, but they also see virtual objects and information superimposed on top of the real world. For example, if you are using an AR app on your phone, you might see a virtual map displayed on top of the street in front of you, or you might see a virtual character standing next to you in a park.

AR can be used in a variety of different ways, such as for entertainment, education, or marketing. For example, you might use an AR app to play a game, learn about a new place, or try on virtual clothes or makeup.

AR is different from virtual reality (VR), which is a technology that allows people to fully immerse themselves in a simulated environment. In VR, the user is completely cut off from the real world and can only see and interact with the virtual environment.

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