Augmented Reality Services Explained
Augmented reality apps combine live video with computer-generated images, sounds, video, or GPS data. Unlike virtual reality (VR), which immerses the user in an entirely digital environment, AR technology allows an augmented reality company to blend digital content with the real world. Devices identify their surroundings and layer computer-generated effects over a real-time display. Markers can be anything from a small image to a city's skyline. They can also be tied to geographic coordinates or other locational indicators by augmented reality companies.