AR creates a composite view by superimposing a computer-generated image over the user’s perspective of the real world. With the use of this technology, digital information like directions, areas of interest, or even 3D models may be superimposed over the real world. With VR a person can experience a simulated environment. Games and simulations that provide an immersive experience frequently employ this technology.
Here is a break-down of how it works:
Data gathering: Gathering data is the initial stage. The AR experience can be created using this data. Sensors, cameras, and GPS are just a few examples of the sources from which the data might be gathered.
Data processing: In order to produce the AR experience, the collected data must be processed. Data cleansing, transformation, and 3D model creation are some examples of this processing.
Rendering: To produce the AR experience, the processed data is subsequently rendered. The 3D models may be shown on a screen or the data may be superimposed over a live video feed as part of this rendering.
Input: A mouse, keyboard, or joystick are examples of input tools that the user can utilize to engage with the AR experience. The 3D models can be moved about or interacted with using this input to control the AR experience.
Output: The user is subsequently presented with the AR experience as output. This result can be shown on a screen or through a headset.

Here is how VR works:
The real world is obscured by a VR headset, which projects a virtual one on its screen. The user can view a stereoscopic image on the headset’s two screens, one for each eye.
Additionally, the headset features sensors that monitor user head motions. These sensors enable the virtual environment to update as the user turns their head in real time.
Using a controller or their own body movements, the user can engage with the virtual environment. To walk about and interact with objects in the virtual environment, the controller is commonly employed. Body motions can be used to interact with virtual world objects or to control the user’s avatar.
Tools used for AR/VR

Why should you choose Mindlogics for AR/VR?
Mindlogs has expertise in AR/VR that are required to complete the project efficiently. We have large databases, strong computing infrastructure, and qualified engineers available. Our team of professionals can hasten the development of your AR/VR experience and enhance its functionality in the best way possible.

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