Augmented & Virtual Reality

Augmented reality (AR) is a disruptive technology that seamlessly integrates digital information with the physical environment in real time. In lay terms, it offers an opportunity to augment the real world by including virtual components to it.

What is Augmented & Virtual Reality?

VR is a disruptive technology that empowers you to enjoy a unique interactive experience of a virtual setting juxtaposed in the real world environment. This means it is possible to visualise and understand a product, design or idea in its complete capacity, with the use of 3D imagery to enable an immersive experience. With virtual reality, you can optimise workflow and presentation, improve data analytics, drive value and innovation, reduce costs, enhance interactive experiences, promote customer engagement and increase profits.
It is used for:

  • Latency
  • Head Mounted Display (HMD)
  • Web applications
  • Motion Tracking
  • Eye Tracking
  • Head Tracking
  • And much,much more !

Features of Augumented & Virtual Reality.

Agumented Reality.

Unlike many other It is simply the process of overlying of digital elements or data on the real world so that you can interact with reality and digital elements on same platform. Although, Augmented Reality technology is still running behind Virtual Reality but the day they will converge then real wonders will be created with mixed reality effects.


Mixed Reality

The convergence of Virtual and Augmented reality is known as mixed reality. MR creates blend of virtual world into the physical space and it has power to bring life into digital elements resulted by highly advanced camera units and VR+AR gears.


Screen Resolution

Screen resolution actually describes the number of pixels to be displayed on screen during Virtual Reality scenes. Same as the concept of television monitor or computer screen, more number of pixels means much better resolution and much clearer as well as realistic quality of images. The technology of Virtual Reality serves with awesome resolution and cameras developed for capturing such images are designed to add more number of pixels per frame. With specially developed VR headsets, the screen is divided into two portions that are observed by each eye separately and the screen door effects added to VR technology makes users feel like they are watching through a door.


Field of View (FOV)

The term Field of View presents the angle of visual field in degrees where it is important to keep FoV higher to that immersion can be extended to higher end of scale. Technically, the viewing angle of human eye reaches up to 200 degrees thus it becomes important to raise angle of FoV so that higher immersion can be resulted.