Whether for B2B or B2C projects, apps powered by Augmented Reality allow you to place and interactively explore virtual versions of your manufactured products and solutions in your immediate environment.
Augmented Reality, or AR, is an interactive experience where the objects that reside in the real world are enhanced by virtual information in real time. You can either experience AR using a Head-Mounted Device (HMD), using a native app on your mobile device, or via your internet browser.
Ever used an Instagram Story filter? Or used Google Maps’ Live View? That’s AR.
WebAR applications are one of our most popular solutions. By simply clicking a link, anyone with a mobile device and internet connection can experience AR. Users can navigate within the app using common touchscreen gestures such as swiping, holding, tapping and pinching.
AR technology can further enhance your product or environment with information and data in the form of digital overlays.
These virtual overlays can convey important information or messages, identify and label parts, or even visualise invisible processes such as airflow with dynamic moving arrows.
Want to see how it works in practice? Read on.
Upon sharing the app’s URL, users can
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