Augmented reality technology makes the scene more realistic and widely used


VR technology is one of the hot topics in science and technology. However, there is another technology that we have overlooked, namely augmented reality (AR).
Augmented reality (AR) is a digital, more realistic, dazzling object. AR is the next miracle that developing countries hope to conquer. It happened in 2017.
You can view Magic Leap Florida in this video demo. It shows a helmet-mounted display with many eye-catching images around, including games that can shoot when enemy robots appear. As a result, when Magic Leap announces that this technology is not yet known, it may take years, but you can already experience AR technology.
In 2016, California developer Niantic launched the AR smartphone game "Pokémon Go", and Microsoft began selling holograms (a helmet that allows you to interact with electronic displays that you can only see). You can also choose Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro, which is the first mobile phone to use Google Tango AR platform. The Tango app includes an AR tape measure tool, a sun simulator and a shopping tool that allows you to view furniture at home.
AR technology can be used in the workplace, but also only for entertainment purposes. Factory workers can learn a new machine through a set of hands-on tutorials, architects can walk through the buildings they envision, and police officers can have a different view of the crime scene. At the same time, players can play on the battlefield directly in front of the battlefield while staring directly at the screen.
However, like any invention, AR also takes some time to become familiar. Pokemon Go shocks people who don't want these animated monsters to appear in their homes, museums or cemeteries. Before these things appear, let us first lay down some rules for what should and should not happen in the AR world.