Augmented Reality can be used in nearly every part of our daily lives these days.
No matter whether it’s visualizing the next stage of work for a mechanic directly on their field of view or helping workers in disaster areas to find their next goals in their terrain.
For example, we as designers are able to work with co-workers on the same concept model at the same time by using these virtual tools. So it doesn’t matter if the participants are in the same room, next door or anywhere else in the world.
Another good example for an AR application is a virtual real time mark which is used as real time fade-in during various live TV broadcasts.
And these are just a few examples.
The principles are suitable for a lot of different applications and are still developing as a work in progress.
That’s why AR will definitely continue to be an ever up-to-date futuristic experience.