AR is fast disrupting industries across the board, from retail to healthcare, bringing new and exciting opportunities for brand engagement and word of mouth sharing. The entertainment industry – including film, theatre and museums – are particularly well suited to the benefits of AR, whether the goal is to improve brand recognition or sell more
Speedo, the swimwear and swimming accessories brand and subsidiary of the British Pentland Group, recently announced the launch of a virtual try-on feature in three of their UK stores and on their website, which allows customers to visualise swimming goggles on their face before purchase. This augmented reality (AR) experience was developed in collaboration with
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Augmented reality is improving the way the retail industry works dramatically. From virtual try-ons and fitting rooms to in-store AR experiences, retailers are rapidly adopting AR. They want to provide their customers with a more enjoyable shopping experience leading to an increase in sales.
Insights from the Codex 5G and XR Showcase in London by two different industry professionals. They discuss how they want to bring augmented reality to their industries and change the standard way that their industries work.
Instagram is opening up AR effects on their app to brand this summer (2019). Find out how this changes the AR industry so far and what effects it has on brands. This will increase brand’s customer engagement greatly and the content is easy to create.
The makers of Aladdin the Musical recently published an AR experience using Facebook, which allows users to immerse themselves in the world of Aladdin. By using AR and creating easily shareable content, they can increase their word-of-mouth and recognition greatly.
AR is set to disrupt the travel industry through the introduction of many useful applications that make travel an easier process. Airlines have benefited greatly from it and other areas of the industry are following their lead. The travel industry is set to develop more functional uses for AR in the near future.