And its emerging use cases
Spectrum of experiences that blend the physical world
with computer-generated enhancements
And it hits harder when you’re an engineering major.
AR/VR - a fancy term?
Technologies that have the potential to transform our lives by
evoking images of futuristic worlds where we can interact with
digital information in new and exciting ways.
Might be considered fancy since it’s quite new.
How you all understands
Maybe, creating a simulated environment, immersing the
user by tracking their movements, and rendering 3D visuals
to a headset display.
It's like magic glasses that show you a pretend world, and
when you move, the pretend world moves with you!
Here comes the AR.
Augmented Reality (AR) overlays digital information or
images on the real world using cameras and displays,
enhancing what you see with extra details or graphics.
It's like magic glasses that add fun pictures or information
on top of what you're already seeing in the real world!
To create new and immersive experiences.
To improve education and training
To improve basic lifestyle and healthcare
Is it valuable to learn AR/VR?
Travel and tourism
Education and training
Retail and marketing
Yes! It’s Open Source as well