Online Shopping is increasing each passing day as it has made the way of shopping easy and convenient. People are using mobile applications to do shopping online instead of visiting brick and mortar stores. The virtual try-on technology in shopping apps has transformed the way of shopping as you can try hundreds of products using a virtual try-on feature.
Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are two most popular technologies in today’s time that are revolutionizing the business world at a fast pace. Both technologies have made a big impact on industries as these technologies have changed the way companies do business, increase productivity and reduce overhead.
Virtual Reality and Augmented have one huge thing in common, and that is there remarkable capacity of altering the world’s perception. Virtual Reality can change the user brings you to some other place.
This is done with a variety of closed goggles or visors. Your presence will block from the surrounding area, and you feel your presence in a different place. Some of the famous names like Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR you might already have heard of. But there is some mind-blowing information for you to keep on reading ahead.
THE AR REVOLUTION will come not with a bang but a tape measure. At least, that seems to be the lesson so far from ARKit, Apple’s new augmented-reality platform.
ARKit lets developers build AR apps, which integrate digital experiences into the physical world via iPhone or iPad, a la Pokémon Go. Those apps will be available to consumers when iOS 11 arrives in September. But developers have started tinkering—creating tools that let you see how furniture fits in a room or quickly calculate the area of your kitchen. Compared to the likes of Magic Leap or Google Glass, these apps are simple, almost trivial. But that smallness might be precisely what makes them so potentially huge.