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Augmented reality education: 5 solutions for more immersive learning

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing education up to date with technological developments was high on the agenda for many educators. Through technologies from artificial intelligence (AI) to virtual reality (VR) to augmented reality education (AR), future-forward teachers and training managers have been pioneering new learning methodologies for quite some time.  However, as the world...

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Social commerce examples: 3 ways augmented reality is the future of sales

The rise in daily social media usage shows no sign of slowing down. In 2012, online users spent an average of 90 minutes on social media. Fast forward to 2020, and on average, we now dedicate 145 minutes to social media apps each day. Depending on who you ask, that may or may not sound...

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Augmented reality cosmetics: 6 experiences to inspire you

As demonstrated by brands such as Sephora, Nordstrom, and Macy’s, augmented reality is quickly gaining traction in the beauty industry. While many beauty companies adopted AR during the pandemic for hygiene and safety reasons, many others are likely to continue experimenting with the technology even when things return to normal.  However, it’s not just makeup...

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Meet the AR creator behind the NYX brief

Originally from France, but now living in Bangkok, Florian Sabatier is an AR creator and HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) specialist. Not only that, he is also part of our creator community! After two years managing VeeAR – an AR research and development startup – Florian opened Holowisp. Holowisp is a creative agency and art collective specialising...

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Augmented reality fashion: 4 ways it’s influencing people’s wardrobes

According to recent statistics, customers are buying more clothes online than ever. However, for retailers, increased sales don’t always translate into sustainable top-line growth. One reason for that is that online clothes shopping has a big problem: returns. Research shows that e-commerce apparel returns can range anywhere between 50% to 80% compared to in-store return...

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Augmented reality art gallery, museum, and retailer experiences: 6 cases

According to an international survey on consumer tourism choices in a post-pandemic world, people can’t wait to get back to museums and galleries. However, to cater to individuals who may not feel confident venturing out to an art gallery just yet, as well as those who have embraced new technologies such as virtual reality (VR)...