Some prominent examples:
- Augmented reality technologies are revolutionizing learning and training by offering immersive experiences. Complex concepts can be visualized, historical events can be recreated, and scientific theories can be simulated, enhancing student engagement and understanding. The technology bridges the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world applications.
- Healthcare professionals can use AR during procedures to overlay important data, such as patient vitals or imaging results, directly onto their field of view, reducing the need to look away from the patient.
- AR technology can guide technicians and engineers in real-time during maintenance and repair tasks. Instructions and diagrams can be overlaid on the physical equipment, reducing errors and improving efficiency. It can also help individuals troubleshoot issues with everyday appliances and devices.
- Architects and designers can use AR to visualize their designs in a real-world context before construction begins. This can lead to better-informed design decisions and a more accurate representation of the final product.
- AR is also reshaping business by enhancing customer experiences. For example, retailers utilize AR to enable customers to virtually try products before purchasing, boosting confidence and reducing returns.
As augmented reality technologies continue to advance, their positive impact on various sectors will likely expand, shaping a more interactive, informed, and interconnected world. The choice of technologies for an enterprise AR project depends on many factors, from planned use cases to the business environment and conditions in the enterprise (e.g., the skills and experience of AR project developers, available tools and processes, deployment methods, etc.).
This page groups AREA articles about technologies commonly used for enterprise AR experience design, implementation, and delivery.