Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality FAQ for Business
We have worked with our clients to find many creative ways to use virtual technology. Our AR/VR FAQ answers many questions we’ve encountered. As technology advances, development costs decrease and equipment costs are more affordable. Do you have a question about virtual technology? See below to find answers to many frequently asked questions.
General Frequently Asked Questions (AR/VR FAQ)
Augmented reality adds computer-generated information, like a restaurant review, on top of real-world views, like a city street. Many apps overlay animations, images, video and text on the real world with enhanced data collection. Often AR uses smart phones, tablets, or eyewear (such as Microsoft Hololens).
Clients see and interact with the space because they utilize a headset. In other words, VR creates a virtual environment with full immersion.
Mixed reality (MR), on the other hand, combines real and digital objects in a hybrid environment. MR merges real and virtual environments so you can interact with both real and virtual items using a headset or eyewear. Users interact with both virtual and real items. Therefore, companies have a choice in their level of virtual.
XR is an industry descriptor. In other words, this is a catch-all term for all of the different reality terms used today.
No. People often confuse anything virtual with VR because virtual reality always includes a device to immerse users in a different world.
Standalone VR is any VR headset that works completely by itself. In contrast, PC VR is any headset that requires a constant connection to a nearby PC
Yes! Many of our clients learn new information on customer behavior. This is useful because it creates a better customer experience.
We create with many platforms. For example, we have an expert knowledge of Unreal Engine, Unity, Adobe Suite, Autodesk Suite, and all AR/ VR frameworks and headsets.
What Industries Use AR/VR?
Technology replicates across many services and products. Therefore, industry applications are limitless. ARS has extensive experience in Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC), Healthcare, Arts & Education, Training and many other Specialty industries.
Do you have more questions about the technology? Furthermore, do you have an augmented reality or virtual reality application that you need help with? Contact us so we can help!
ARS understands how businesses can be fundamentally enhanced by virtual interaction. Our developers use custom code functionalities and photo quality design. We grow our clients’ business because we love creating the unbuilt world. As a result, we make AR and VR an extension of your strategy.
In conclusion, there are many great resources available to learn about the technology. Check out these links for more information on AR/VR.