Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Application Development
Virtual Reality (VR) is a simulated and fully immersive environment that resembles the real world or can be entirely different. Isolated from immediate surroundings, users can experience VR via headset displays. Augmented Reality (AR) blends the digital and physical realms to produce an ambience wherein computer-generated images superimpose the real world. As users experience augmented reality via AR glasses, screens or mobile devices, they are not entirely cut off from their physical environment and can communicate with it. Mixed Reality (MR), also known as hybrid reality, is an amplified version of AR wherein physical and digital worlds can merge and interact in real-time. It’s far more captivating and interactive compared to AR. Extended Reality (XR) refers to all existing and forthcoming immersive technologies that can meld the real world with the virtual one.