DARS is a demo application that provides a number of cases how Augmented Reality can be beneficial to businesses and consumers. A user can virtually try clothes on before buying, furnish the house, do something fun with a business card or simply make your favourite character look alive.
AR furniture allows users to place a chair in a room and evaluate how it will fit in from every angle. With that being said, it is an exact prototype of the future furniture in its actual size. This way AR increases the likelihood of a product and customer gets attached to the product and decides to purchase it.
AR is constantly evolving and its development laid challenges to devabit team. Nearly every aspect of AR experience is heavily dependent on the new types of interactions, therefore, making the user experience smooth is a crucial part.
This technology is entirely based on the multitude of sensors and cameras helping to capture where a person or object is, the surroundings and, most importantly, the hand movements.
Augmented Reality has been here around for 60 years. But only with smart devices, it became possible to use it in personal and professional lives. Once we realize a full business potential of AR, the technology will become a powerful workplace tool.
The AR market is expected to witness a substantial growth owing to advances in hardware technologies and sophisticated mobile software. With IT corporations like Google and Apple heavily investing in AR, they say augmented reality companies are likely to generate a $120 billion profit by 2020.