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Augmented reality (AR) is an interactive experience that mixes the real world with computer-generated content. Visual, auditory, haptic(grab), somatosensory(touch), and olfactory(smell) modalities are all possible for the content. AR can be defined as a system that incorporates three basic features: a combination of real and virtual worlds, real-time interaction, and accurate 3D registration of virtual and real objects.

Virtual reality (VR) is a simulated experience that uses position tracking and 3D near-eye displays to engage the viewer in a virtual world. Virtual reality has applications in entertainment (video games), education (medical or military training), and business (virtual meetings). Other sorts of VR-style technologies include augmented reality and mixed reality, which are frequently referred to as extended reality or XR, however definitions are evolving due to the industry's early years of development.

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are technologies that connect the digital and physical worlds. They enable you to visually collect information and content in the same way that you do in the real world. AR significantly expands the ways our devices can assist us in daily tasks such as searching for information, purchasing, and expressing ourselves. Virtual reality allows you to experience what it's like to be anywhere, from the front row of a concert to remote planets in space.

VR can be used to simulate real-world workspaces for occupational safety and health, educational purposes, and training. It can be utilized to give learners with a virtual environment in which they can practice their abilities without fear of failure in the real world. It's been utilized and studied in primary education, anatomy classes, the military, astronaut training, flight simulators, miner training, medical school, geography class, architectural design, driving training, and bridge inspection.

AR & VR has proven to be quite beneficial in the engineering profession for both engineering professors and students. Due to decreasing total prices, a previously high educational cost is now much more affordable. Future architects and engineers will gain significantly from understanding spatial relationships and proposing solutions based on real-world future applications.

The incredible thing about the VR technology is that you feel like you’re actually present in another place with other people. People who try it say it’s different from anything they’ve ever experienced in their lives.”

  • AR displays can offer something as simple as a data overlay that shows the time, to something as complicated as holograms floating in the middle of a room
  • Creates unique customer experiences
  • VR completely covers and replaces your field of vision, AR apps only show up on your smartphone or tablet screen.
  • It eliminates cognitive overload
  • Memory Retention

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