3D animations, AR and VR opens up endless possibilities
Augmented Reality brings together parts of the digital world into a person’s experience of the real world. And AI does this, not just by showing lots of different data, but by interacting with a person’s senses in 3D, so that the user perceives the data as a natural part of their environment.
Imagine yourself taking a walk in the city. You hold up your smartphone and on the screen, you get information about how and when the houses across the street were built. Or you get to know how many pedestrians that usually walk on this street every day. Or you get a prediction about how long the traffic queues will be when you drive past here when you are going home later today. In the car, you can see everything that is happening around you and at the same time get information about the development in the traffic – or the weather conditions so that you can get home safe.
In a 3D universe that appears in parallel with you, you will receive news and any other type of information that is relevant to you, in the situation you are in at that time – regardless of where in the world you are – in your mother tongue, based on your preferences.
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality is the next logical step in teaching and learning. It will save companies large amounts of money in the coming years – in everything from travel to power consumption. VR and AR will therefore not only be a good deal but also an invaluable tool when we tackle the climate challenge.