ar development
An ambitious AR headset by Microsoft, Hololens is already becoming a part of the daily workings of many industries. Automobile leaders around the world have largely benefitted with Hololens, as it facilitates in reducing the planning and designing phase considerably.
Apple is extremely bullish on Augmented Reality. In recent Apple events, they have pushed their AR toolkit for developers. Plenty of games using this technology are already in the app store and have been doing well. As the toolkits become more advanced in recognizing walls, floors and other objects, beautiful AR applications are just around the corner.
Plenty of Android apps are being developed for Augmented Reality. Developers are focusing on AR games to test the waters in the Play store. It is expected that SDK’s for both Apple and Android would soon be available with Unity engine.
The biggest hush project in AR with a massive funding is something to look out for. The mesmerizing videos put up as teasers by Magic Leap opens up so many possibilities for the world and industries. One of the best advantages of Magic Leap is its compact design. Believe it or not, Magic Leap has already made its appearance in some news channels. With the recent Unity SDK release, expect some amazing applications made for Magic Leap Hardware.

AR for advertising:

If anyone remembers Back to Future, when Marty sees that big computerized shark – that’s AR for advertising. From malls having AR Cartoons taking pictures with kids, to 3D models offering you discounts, AR is surely the future of advertising.


AR for Medicine:

AR will play a major role in medicine and medical education. Imagine doctors being able to explain the exact issues to their patients with floating 3D models of the human body. Entire teams of doctors can discuss and share knowledge with the world in a much more detailed fashion


AR for Gaming:

Integration of AR with gaming is already being done, and such games are seeing good success in the stores. Games like Pokémon go are very basic in terms of AR and are just scratching the surface. Seeing people with AR swords and fighting dragons in the room next to you should be sooner than you think.


AR for E-commerce:

In the not so far future, AR will play an important role in e-commerce. Imagine being able to see that painting on your own wall, or how will that sofa will actually look with your curtains. Many e-commerce websites have already integrated such AR facilities in their apps, and it’s just the beginning.


AR for Education:

AR will play a major role in education and will completely change how knowledge is given to students. The grand scale of our solar system can only be experienced when it is gently hovering above your heads in the classrooms. AR will let students experience education for the first time.


AR for Art:

Art will benefit a lot from AR. Not just the artists but art enthusiasts as well. Several amusement parks and museums have begun to implement AR in their premises. People are able to see and learn more about Art just by looking at a picture and knowing everything there is to know about it.

AR for Fun!


With AR (Augmented Reality) and facial recognition already being a part of the phone tech, your next big hit could be in this category.
We understand 3D modeling in and out and have experience in making models specifically for Animojis as per Apple’s toolkit.
How about creating Animojis of a happy beer mug?
AR for fun

Case Study:

let it out!

Let it out is a fun AR game that we developed in 2018. The objective of the game is to destroy everything that appears in your room through AR. Taking a baseball bat and breaking glass objects surely helps in Anger management.
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let it out!


Is Augmented Reality similar to Virtual Reality?
No, they are two very different things. Augmented reality is where a user can see artificially created objects in real life environments. Virtual reality, on the other hand, takes you out of the real environment and puts you in an artificially created world.
Are there special hardware requirements to use AR?
Any device with a camera and programming can be used for AR. That means your mobile devices can be easily used for AR apps. With wearable devices already making their way into the consumer market, soon AR would be a regular part of our daily life.
Is AR limited to certain industries?
Not at all. AR has many uses in various industries, and like everything else you need to know the pain points which AR can solve.
How do you make AR projects?
There is plenty of software’s available to develop AR applications. Apple and Android have their own toolkits and companies like Magic Leap have partnered with Unity. Based on the needs, we develop the AR applications using the required tools.