Augmented Reality (AR) adds virtual interactive experiences in real-world objects. It uses computer-generated perceptual information to enhance users’ sensory experience in a Dimensional Digital World. The majority of AR users are 16-34 years age and 73% of them have expressed deep-satisfaction with their mobile AR experiences. Here’s a gigantic list of augmented reality use cases!
With features like 3D navigation, driving directions, and visuals of terrains augmented reality is taking the transportation industry to a new dimension. Technically, AR is capable of projecting information on any surface.
WayRay’s Navion tool projects navigation instructions on the windshield. It uses a holographic optical element to create real AR experience without the need for special eye-wear or headgear.
Aero Glass’ AR headsets display VFR (Visual Flight Rules) navigation for airports, cities, villages, airspace, and terrains. It is a great aid for pilots to decide landing approaches, especially when clouds and fog reduce visibility. And, of course, visual cues explain the scenario better than audio instructions.
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