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Augmented reality

  1. 1. Augmented Reality
  2. 2. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Goal of Augmented Reality? 3. Hardware 4. Software 5. Remote Server 6. Working Principle of AR 7. Advantages and Disadvantage 8. Application 9. Future Scope 10. Challenges 11. Conclusion 12. References
  3. 3. What is Augmented Reality?  It is view of the real, physical world in which elements are enhanced by computer-generated input and input may be sound ,video and graphics.  A technology that superimposes a computer - generated image on a user's view of the real world.
  4. 4. What is the Goal of AR?  To enhance a person’s performance and perception of the world. But, what is the ultimate goal???? Create a system such that a user CANNOT tell the difference between the real world and the virtual augmentation of it.
  5. 5. Hardware Key hardware components in AR-based devices are 1. Processor 2. Display - either a monitor, handheld device, eyeglass or Head Mounted Displays (HMD). 3. Input Devices - either the camera of a Smartphone or a webcam connected to the internet . 4. Sensors – they can be gyroscope or accelerometer of a mobile device or it could be an infrared sensor.
  6. 6. Software  Special 3D Augmented reality programs like D’Fusion are used in AR-based applications.  Virtual images, used for overlapping over the real live image, can be generated using 3D software. Software can be - 1. AutoCad3D 2. Studio Max 3. Cinema4D
  7. 7. Remote Server Apart from this hardware and software, web or cloud server plays an important role in storing the database of virtual images. Based on the request received from AR application, virtual images are retrieved from web or cloud server and sent to application.
  8. 8. Working Principle Of AR Four types of approaches :- 1. Marker-based 2. Projection 3. Marker-less 4. Superimposition - based
  9. 9. Maker-Based  It detects the object in front of the camera and provides information about the object on the screen.  The algorithm then uses the image of the camera as well as the decoded marker ID to augment the virtual object onto the physical world model.  Eg google goggles,
  10. 10. Marker-less  Known as location based AR because easy availability of the features in the Smart phones that provide location Detection. Uses – help travelers, helps users to discover interesting places within their current location.
  11. 11. Projection AR  Projection of light on surface  interaction is done by touching the projected surface with hand.  Example - deception about the position, orientation, and depth of an object.
  12. 12. How does AR work?
  13. 13. Advantages And Disadvantages Advantages 1. Business Improvements 1. Navigation and tourism 1. Immersive Video gaming Disadvantages 1. Issues About Privacy 1. Dangers of Reality Modification 1. Implementation Requirements
  14. 14. Application Medical AR apps can be used to overlay anatomy data on 3D human skeleton giving them a better understanding of how the human body works. Gaming Allow users to experience and interact with a game using a real world environment. Fashion Show what different makeup or hairstyle options might look like on a person. Television Display weather visualizations and images.
  15. 15. Future Scope of Augmented Reality  Military - used in military to provide locations of enemy positions  Education - to explore the aspects of an ancient civilization as part of a history lesson  Marketing and Commercial - can be used to promote a new product
  16. 16. Challenges  Multi-user issue Augmented reality app development services provide a single user experience. This is the major constraint to the AR app services.  GPS Readings issue It is well known that the ideal range for proper GPS reading is 6 meters. This range is enough for navigation systems and digital maps, but it holdups the performance of AR software.  Software adaptation Issue issues when it comes to the integration of functions like social media with AR browsers.  Public Awareness issue
  17. 17. Conclusion There is no doubt that Augmented Reality will reshape more than just these Industries . As devices adapt to the new technology , the growth of Augmented Reality is exponentially huge. With so many positive advantages, AR could fundamentally change what it is to be human.
  18. 18. References 1. https://www.quora.com/How-does Augmented Reality-Work 2. https://www.webopedia.com/TERM/A/Aug mented_Reality.html 3. http://www.profolus.com/topic
  19. 19. Thank you!!

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