The Smithsonian has 19 world-class museums, galleries, gardens, and even a zoo. But due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the museums and galleries remain closed. However, the Smithsonian have created a virtual way for visitors to see the Smithsonian, with augmented reality.
The Christmas holidays are approaching, and what says “It’s Christmas!” more than Coca-Cola’s iconic red truck coming into town. However, this year looks very different from previous years due to the pandemic and with events cancelling and social distancing rules in place, the Coke Caravan has been cancelled this year.
If you’re interested in augmented reality you’re probably aware of AR ‘try on’ experiences which use your smartphone camera to show what you would look like wearing clothing, accessories or shoes, to help influence you to buy it. But, have you heard of an AR try out experience?
The potential of augmented reality (AR) and its benefit to society is becoming more apparent day by day. Most recently, its function as a communication and entertainment tool has taken a huge leap forward during quarantine as more people turned to the use of AR filters and lenses on mobile devices to stay connected in a remote environment.