Augmented Reality (AR) is a real-time, direct or indirect view of the physical reality environment that contains content enhancements (or supplements) made by computer-generated sensors (sound, video, graphics, or GPS data). Foundry's explanation: Augmented Reality is an overlap of real-world content, but it is not attached to or attached as part of it. Real-world content and CG content do not respond to each other. As part of the concept kitchen, IKEA has developed a table. The table can be based on the ingredients on the table and recommend the right recipe. This is a good example of AR in the real world. In addition, Google glasses are the first augmented reality attempt that Google brings to consumers. We also hope to see more applications in the future.
The debate about AR/MR or ... “What is VR?” ,
There is also a debate about AR (Augmented Reality) and MR (Mixed Reality). Most often, in the consumer sphere, the word “mixed reality” seems to be fading out, leaving only the “augmented reality” augmented reality. The reason is that attention to VR has led to the fact that the difference between MR and AR is not clearly separated. This also means that the two words have been mixed with each other. Of course, eventually there will be one term more popular than the other. Now, AR is winning. Long comfort a breath... However, there is a difference between the two terms and it is still necessary to understand them, so let's go on.