There’s no doubt about it - AR and VR are the hottest technologies right now, next to AI. As the COVID-19 pandemic restricts in-person interaction, more and more people see the benefits of AR/VR in their everyday life. So, what does the future of AR/VR look like? From augmented retail shopping to virtual travel,
When Augmented Reality was first developed in 1968, it required an expensive, specialized headset to just display simple wireframe drawings. Now, Augmented Reality - compatible devices are much more accessible, allowing millions of people to have the power of AR in the palm of their hands.