Augmented reality is a combination of virtual reality and the real world. This digitally enhanced computer-generated imagery could be streamed live anywhere in the world and could be used for any purpose starting from overhauling a Boeing 777 engine to performing a complex heart surgery. This technology has been out for a while but with the GPS, camera and AR capable smart phones, augmented reality entered a new era. Currently this technology is being widely used across all industries.
Mixed Reality use cases
patients through augmented reality. It gives sensory perception
to the surgeons and can help them to reconsider a potential surgery. Combined with modern MRI and X-ray systems, AR can aid the surgeons to
visualize the entire body in a single view including the brain for neurosurgery
where the doctors can image the brain in 3D on top of the patients’ actual anatomy.
And the list goes on…
interactive AR content to assist workers in complex productions
assembly lines. AR helps them work faster, provides easy access to data,
cuts down production downtime and maintenance time, reduces rework, prevents
errors and provides a reliable tool for training.
Maintenance and Repair
With the help of real-time audio, messaging as well as AR instructions, the onsite technician is guided through the whole procedure. Visual annotations and live 3D models stay locked onto the real world, supervising the technician to complete his task without confusion.
AR is also being used to enhance the vision and navigation of pilots and soldiers by providing target identification, obstacle avoidance, terrain information, more precision in aiming and even ally and enemy location.
Pokemon Go and Snapchat might sound silly to some, but Augmented reality is far more capable than this.
AR is doing over the canvas for a lot of businesses.
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how it can
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It is estimated that the Virtual Reality market
would be worth
$30 billion in revenue by 2020
it will be worth
The world is moving from text to visual.
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