With the camera lens, our AR applications scan real-life environments and perceive them as an image in the XYZ coordinate system. The positioning of the 3D models is based on the precisely calculated three-dimensional plane laws of this perceived image, which makes the magnification appear very realistic and natural.
In addition to understanding the scene, our AR applications can be trained to recognize specific 2D images and 3D real-life objects and enhance them with relevant text or model data on the device screen.
The GPS, gyroscope, and accelerometer, common to all smartphones and tablets, allow our AR applications to enhance and calibrate the screen as you and your device move.
With the help of Smart Light Estimation Algorithms, our AR applications are able to automatically adjust the lighting of the 3D model to naturally match the scene on the camera lens.
We distribute advanced reality apps that help young and experienced healthcare professionals perform a wide variety of procedures, from simple injections or blood drawings to minor or complex surgeries. Health professionals who support very accurate AR data are less stressed and confident in their work.
From clothing and jewelry to furniture and cars, our AR retail apps can help you increase your sales regardless of the items you sell. Introduce virtual fitting rooms and catalogs projecting 3D models of your products on the desired surface, offering AR-assisted navigation applications for malls and supermarkets, or creating a full-fledged virtual store of your own.
Our training applications offer interactive simulation of work processes and guide a user through workflow activities (product assembly, medical procedures, product installation, etc.) with navigation and tips. Such AR applications can support vocational education in a variety of areas, including manufacturing, manufacturing, public services, healthcare, and telecom.
Our real estate AR applications create a credible illusion of comfort that can become a critical point in sealing a deal. By turning an empty or lifeless house or apartment into a privately equipped living space, you can create a more lasting impression on your clients.
Utilize AR to take your sightseeing tours or museum / gallery rounds to the next level.Interactive and in-depth content to show enhances the impression of visitors to your museum or gallery.
Such applications recognize a specific marker - a pictogram or a code - and then replace it with pre-set data on the device screen. There can be an infinite number of two codes and designated increments. Marker-based applications work best when linking magnification to a specific object, for example, a human anatomy model for medical education or a particular piece of art in a gallery.
To create and install a reliable AR model without the use of markers, applications use GPS and built-in sensors as well as complex field and object recognition algorithms. If the enhancements are to be matched to different places, for example, place a piece of furniture exactly in a room, show navigation arrows in a tourist area, or point to the best bargain on a product shelf.
To understand what augmented reality technology is and how it works, we will divide the AR ecosystem into four classes based on the tools suitable for AR applications:
Mobile applications on phone and tablet platforms focus on AR overlays that influence the integration of the device's processing power, camera lenses, and Internet connectivity to provide an enhanced experience.
The headsets are designed to provide a superior experience that combines enhanced and virtual reality environments, and Microsoft Hololens and Magic Leap are industry leaders in augmented reality development.
Smart glasses are lightweight and wear-resistant, providing first-person views, including the Google Glass Enterprise Edition and the Vuzix Blade.
The browser-based experience influences new technologies without having to download the app to provide a similar experience to what mobile AR offers.
We use only proven tools to help develop smart AR applications and high quality 3D models. The technologies we use for our AR projects include: