Examples currently being used in the real-world showcasing the paradigm-shift and power between these two very different technologies.
Some inspiration of real AR and VR use-cases used around the world today.
Trimble Connect uses AR to help their architects and engineers visualise their BIM model right on top of the structure as they walk around the building on-site.
Instead of paper drawings and plans, clients can use Autodesk software, walk into a VR model and see for themselves what their project will look like when it’s complete.
The Australian Red Cross is researching ways of using AR to visualise blood donors’ veins during blood donation.
Medical Realities use VR to deliver high-quality surgical training that allows doctors to access & view areas that otherwise would be impossible to reach.
Moovit recently launched Way Finder, a feature that leverages AR tech to make it even easier to locate correct bus stops.
Car conception, employee training, marketing and sales… Virtual Reality offers many use cases and advantages to the automotive industry.
Forget menus with fancy French-sounding names that leave you just as clueless to what you're about to order - see your dish right in front of you in 3D.
ProArchitect are using VR to simulate their retail store and work on the design in a matter of hours rather than weeks.
Using just our phones and Siri, we could look out the window and visualise what the weather would look like around us in a couple of hours.
Many of us have seen photos and videos of floods, but the Weather Channels use of VR here makes this visual all too real and drives the point home.