The newly released game Pokémon Go has implemented augmented reality and that’s quite amazing because augmented reality means you are interacting with the reality and playing with exact time and place.
Augmented-reality is the technology that superimposes a computer-generate image on a user’s view of the real world, thus providing a composite view. An AR is the complete integration of digital information with real time environment of any users. It is similar to virtual reality, where it creates a virtual environment on existing one.
You also need to know about users experience with Pokémon Go. Lots of people saying it’s widely amazing with its features and augmented reality. But lots of people still don’t know what is an augmented reality? We are going to answer that question in this article.
What is Augmented Reality?
The AR is the complete integration of real and exact extraction and use of digital information with the actual user’s environment in real time scenario. The user and player will act on the basis of real data and real-time basis. It’s just like virtual reality, which creates a totally artificial environment for the user to play with AR.
Augmented reality was coined by Thomas Caudell in 1990 to describe how the head-mounted displays that electricians used when assembling complicated wiring harness worked. AR technology is used in many industries like healthcare, public safety gas, and oil, tourism, and marketing as well.
AR will help you to see the direct or indirect view of each and every physical, real-world environment objects and elements which will be generated through the help of computer sensory inputs such as sound, video, and graphics or GPS as well.
If we talk about the difference between virtual reality and AR then they are the little bit different. Virtual reality can simulate each and everything and augmented reality will perform on the basis of reality elements.