Augmented reality

Augmented reality (AR) is a form of virtual reality; the main purpose of this is to create a replica of the real- world’s environment in a computer, by adding sensory inputs such as sounds, videos, pictures and GPS data.


Contents:

  • Definition
  • Uses
  • Conclusion
  • Reference

Definition:
Augmented reality (AR) is a form of virtual reality; the main purpose of this is to create a replica of the real- world’s environment in a computer, by adding sensory inputs such as sounds, videos, pictures and GPS data.
AR creates a combined view so that the user can view the real scene and a virtual scene created the computer that augments scene with extra effects. These virtual scene that are created by the computer, mainly improves the users sensory perception of the virtual world there are viewing or have interacted with. The main objective of the augmented reality is to probably create a system that the user can’t find the difference between the real world and virtual.


Uses:
Augmented reality is used in variety of industries:
• Entertainment
• Military
• Training
• Engineering
• Design
• Robotics
• Manufacturing
• Other industries


Conclusion:
There could be a possibility of confusion for the user whether they are using virtual system or living the real life.


Reference:
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/A/Augmented_Reality.html

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