What is Augmented Reality (AR) ?
Augmented reality [AR] is a technology that consists of superimposing virtual 3D objects - generated in real-time - on the image of the real world, with the use of image processing devices. These can be glasses, cameras, smartphones, or tablets.
In AR technology, virtual objects adapt in their appearance in the same way that physical objects do in the real world. It has been used for several years, incl. in games, navigation, interior design, education, shopping, and more.
Vuforia is a comprehensive, scalable enterprise AR platform. Our wide-ranging solution suite ensures that we can provide the right AR technology to every customer based on their business needs.
Augmented reality environment for industrial solutions
PTC has been the owner of the world's leading AR technology since 2015 | VR - Vuforia. This technology, acquired from Qualcomm, allowed for the creation and development of its industrial applications.
The use of AR technology in industrial conditions opens up completely new possibilities in the field of providing and sharing visual information and using it in the creation of virtual guides, operating instructions, process instructions [e.g. assembly], virtual service applications, etc. This technology also perfectly supports group communication processes, functional simulation visualizations, training applications, and marketing and advertising presentations [ e.g. prototype demonstrations].
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Industrial Augmented Reality solutions
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