With every passing year, the world is witnessing significant progress in technology that is opening up new opportunities and new experiences.
FREMONT, CA: AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality) are the technological fields that are constantly innovating and progressing, not just limited in the way of living but also on the form one can access the world around. With the help of VR, it is possible to be completely immersed in a virtual world, which is getting more realistic with every passing day. AR enables businesses to manipulate the world around with the help of technology. These technologies are becoming increasingly powerful. Here are the top three AR and VR trends that are ruling 2020.
Widespread Adoption of AR and VR
The term AR and VR is not new. What is new is the need for bigger, better, or simply easier experiences, be it in the entertainment industry or day-to-day life. As humans have become technologically minded, nothing seems quite so extraordinary to find in modern society. This embracement is making the adoption of VR and AR more progressive and widespread event across different fields.
Mobile AR goes from strength to strength
As part of this upward trend, the use of mobile AR is only going to become more and more widespread. As people across the world increasingly have easier and cheaper access to more powerful smartphones, augmented reality is playing a more prominent role in our mobile experience. Games like Pokémon Go took the world by storm. By using AR technology that allows the player to interact with the world around them from behind the screen of a smartphone, they created the next level of gaming simulations.
AR and VR merge with AI
AI, artificial intelligence, is changing the way that computers and smartphones, we use in everyday life can interact with the world around them. While this might sound like a terrifying concept to many, but it is a trend that isn’t going to stop anytime soon because it has so many useful applications.
Science and technology are benefitting immensely from computers being able to interact on their own. For an everyday Instagram user, the merger of AR with AI allows the app to give filters. In contrast, Facebook users benefit from better and better facial recognition when it comes to tagging photographs.