SpaceCatch is making waves in the gaming world with its innovative approach to Augmented Reality (AR) gaming. Despite being officially announced only a few months ago, SpaceCatch has already garnered an impressive following of over 100,000 enthusiasts eager to explore its unique gaming universe.
Dublin City Council is making waves with its latest tech innovation, unveiling a cutting-edge augmented-reality (AR) mapping feature that offers users an immersive 3D exploration of the city through the Dublin Discovery Trails app.
Have you ever seen a chair float across the living room? Placed an imaginary carpet on your floor? Seen your entire dream room through the screen of a tablet or phone?Now through the new and innovative AR technology, a whole room can be imagined into existence without moving a single piece of furniture. Through AR, an object can be projected onto screen via a camera or video, giving a live demonstration of what the furniture looks like and how it fits in a room.
As both smart glasses and WebAR become more mainstream, so will a new and exciting form of e-commerce and retail where there won’t just be an alternative to trying on, but a fully interactive and immersive experience.
As learning institutes all over the world postpone classroom learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AR has never been more important to education. It enables students to receive the same quality of lessons they would receive in the classroom or on their placements. Moreover, you can access these essential learning platforms resources anytime and anywhere.
Students often depend on job fairs to explore their options and network, but COVID-19 has put a stop to live events across the world. But that doesn’t mean students have to be left in the lurch. Augmented Reality live events are reviving job fairs, trade shows, and conventions. With the latest technology, a careers fair can be delivered straight to students everywhere.