How to approach your first augmented reality use case
Augmented & virtual reality is still a relatively new technology that is yet to find a good home in our enterprise budgeting. You’ll be surprised to find that the concept of AR & VR has existed since the 1950s and we have seen them in various ways within sci-fi movies. Either its holograms in Star Wars or AR face display in Iron Man, numerous use cases exists. But technology evolves at a much slower rate compared to our imagination.
Recently we have seen a massive amount of curiosity developing within enterprises, thanks to some top IT companies investing in the development of AR technology. Apple has recently included ARKit within its framework to help developers easily create AR experiences and Google is doing the same with ARCore. Question remains – where to start?
If you are looking to adopt augmented reality you have to ask a few questions.
How Augmented reality is revolutionizing manufacturing industry?
Industrial augmented reality (IAR) is the integration of augmented reality (AR) with an industrial process. Ever since the technology came into existence, it has been tried in many applications to support industrial methods.
Newer technologies are modifying the way industries work, and hence they are reshaping the market. Therefore it would not be wrong if we call the present time as the era of technological transformations. Along with the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other growing technologies augmented reality is thriving and acting like a real game changer for many industries.
In addition to experimenting and utilizing other latest technologies, a number of manufacturers have started exploring the advantages of using industrial AR applications to improve their productivity and efficiency. The manufacturing industry can integrate augmented reality into multiple functions like production, maintenance, quality control, expert support, and training employees. The more functionality that is instilled with the AR applications, the greater would b...