Google Inches Every Browser Toward Universal Augmented Reality
Following advances in augmented reality (AR) as it pertains to architects, designers and engineers means keeping your attention squarely focused on applications for visualization, prototyping and training.
However, advances in making the technology available for everyone to explore shouldn’t be ignored by engineers, designers and architects because the core use of AR—besides and including entertainment—is visualization.
The big promise of augmented reality for members of the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector is to enable digital prototypes to be substitutes in the intended real-world environment as a digital twin of what would be a physical prototype.
The full article can be read on Engineering.com.