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What is Augmented Reality?

what is augmented reality
Augmented reality is a technology that combines two-dimensional and three-dimensional virtual objects into a real three-dimensional environment and projects those virtual objects in real time. Unlike virtual reality that completely replaces reality, augmented reality simply adds or complements reality.

Virtual objects display information unacceptable to the user with his own senses. This makes the reality add up as a tool to help the user's perception and interaction with the real world. Information displayed by virtual objects helps users carry out activities in the real world.

Augmented reality can be applied to all senses, including hearing, touch, and smell. In addition to being used in areas such as healthcare, the military, manufacturing industry, embedded reality has also been applied in devices that people use, such as on mobile phones. See also Top 10 Best Virtual Reality Apps For Your Smartphone