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Augmented reality technology continues to advance, and businesses are taking notice. As more augmented reality apps are released, new augmented reality tools help developers get the most out of their augmented reality projects. Here are some of the top augmented reality tools that you can use to bring your augmented reality business into the future of the industry!

Types Of Augmented Reality Applications:

There are three primary types of augmented reality applications that developers create for businesses. Each type is built with a specific purpose in mind, but they can be used together to give consumers a powerful and memorable experience. (Augmented reality app developers): 

1. Animated characters 

2. Location-based apps 

3. Retail apps

1) Marker-based Apps

Most augmented reality apps that use marker-based AR work as you might expect. A user points a camera at a physical marker, and an app overlays digital content on top of it. This enables developers to create interactive 3D characters, diagrams, charts, and other content that can be viewed from different angles or even made disappear at will. What makes augmented reality apps development with markers special is that they’re easy to develop and relatively cheap—and they’re everywhere.

Also read: How Will Augmented Reality Revamp Industries In 2022?

2. Markerless Augmented Reality

Markerless AR is a great way to revolutionize your business by creating an immersive, interactive experience. How does it work? With markerless AR, you use your device’s camera to detect and interpret real-world objects to create accurate 3D models on top of them. By interacting with these models, users can access additional information or functionality.

3. Projection Augmented Reality

What is superimposition-based AR? With superimposition-based AR, you use visual elements to make it seem like part of your picture or 3D model is in your scene (even though it isn’t physically there). It really helps virtual ground objects in reality.

4. Superimposition based Augmented Reality

Superimposition-based AR is not that difficult to integrate into any app. So, why choose it over something like object tracking? For starters, even though tracking is pretty accurate and does a great job in identifying objects and updating them in real-time, it requires developers to write a significant amount of code (and know how to do so), which takes time and money. On top of that, it’s much harder to improve object tracking than superimposition-based AR.

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