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...
Augmented reality restaurant experiences: 5 examples
In the UK and in many other countries, restaurants are beginning to reopen, but many still feel a little wary of dining indoors. It’s important, now more than ever, that food service businesses send the message that they are taking customer safety seriously. One way they can do this, while at the same time standing...
AR smart glasses uses for enterprise: 5 examples
When Google Glass was announced in 2012, it created a stir in the realm of consumer electronics, with technology advocates imagining people donning smart glasses for everything from trips to the store to going to concerts. However, neither the technology nor the market was ready for augmented reality (AR) smart glasses at the time, and...
4 tips for making your Snapchat Lens experience fit the 4MB size limit
Snapchat Lens Studio is an amazing tool to easily and quickly create Lenses that inspire and amaze users. The only limiting factor, outside of your imagination, is the 4MB size limit. Here are 4 tips that we’d like to share with you to create Snapchat Lenses that fit within the data constraint. Images More likely...
What is the future of augmented reality in our everyday life?
AR’s future is currently being decided by big companies who see the potential in AR. Designers are trying to increase the use of it into more functional industries, not just for entertainment or marketing. They want the content to be informative but presented in an entertaining way.