What is Augmented Reality? AR is the technology that lets one experience the world in a digital form, yet being able to sense it in a manner that seems real. From online networking channels, to surgical methods, AR is quickly developing in prominence since it brings components of the virtual world, into our true world, in this way upgrading the things we see, hear, and feel. At the point when contrasted with other reality advancements, augmented reality lies amidst the blended reality range; between this present reality and the virtual world.
Article, the recent, soon to be launched product by Google, would provide a cross-platform to experience Augmented Reality (AR). As reported, Google will probably coordinate AR into the organization’s Chrome program. In order to make AR accessible to general public and to reach out to people in the remotest areas of the world, Google is trying to incorporate the technology into web platforms, thus enabling people to simply log onto the internet and get started. This would also let Personal Computer users to make full use of AR models to their advantage.
Mixing digital content with the reality, the AR would bring people to understand and estimate correctly the size of something that they see online. For example, if you select a wall clock from the several clocks available in the online market, but aren’t very sure as to how it would look on that wall of yours, AR would help you to physically see the clock on the wall and understand its size, color, shape and other aspects, and decide whether or not you really want it. And all this would be achieved through your very own home desktops.
Considering the fact that the AR technology is yet to mature, giving it time and effort would surely result in substantially greater applications, which could help the tech to go from novel to transformative.
However, the tech addiction is more likely to increase with these changes and innovations in technology, since it would be even more accessible to most people, thus leading them to getting lazier as time goes by. Also, there might be a significant increase in mental disorders due to more gaming and lesser physical exercise.
But then again, technology can help us if we use it correctly and can destroy us otherwise. Everything comes with a set of pros and cons.