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Augmented Reality (AR): An Overview



Augmented Reality (AR) uses computer-assisted physical expertise (usually with the aid of cameras or video recorders) to create an experience in a completely different 'virtual reality.' The user is not actually 'in' the digital world but can interact with it using the camera, computer vision systems, game consoles, etc., simulating virtually in a completely different environment. It can be used from business to entertainment, science/technology, and medicine. Augmented Reality has the potential to increase significantly human awareness and interaction with the environment. But what are the uses of AR gadgets, and how can they be used?

A lot of research is underway in the field of AR technology. Researchers are looking at developing new applications and making them available for use in the consumer market. Researchers have developed new ways to present the real-life information found in images, videos, text, and virtual worlds (such as online games and workplaces). There is a lot of potential here, especially when it comes to communication. Medical researchers are already using 3D reconstruction methods to create digital 'mini-surgeons' that could help reconstruct a severely damaged brain or surgical wounds that require surgery to stitch together a real body part. Augmented Reality could turn out to be a handy tool for education as well, helping young people to get a glimpse of the real-life situations they will face tomorrow.

The most exciting aspect of AR is probably its potential applications in entertainment and education. Augmented Reality toys are slowly emerging on the consumer market and are already starting to change how we learn and interact.

With the rise of smartphones with cameras and the Internet's integration in all gadgets, getting to know the real-life situation around us is becoming a much more difficult task. But thanks to AR toys, it's become easier to get a glimpse of the real-life situation through toys and games. This will influence the way we communicate with each other and look at the real-life situations around us.

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