What is XR?
XR is the term which covers the gamut of “reality” technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR). XR uses computer-generated imagery in various ways to immerse users in 3D experiences. Be it a virtual 3D object on your coffee table to a fully-realised 3D world.
AR (Augmented Reality)
Augmented Reality is a technology which combines a computer-generated image into a real-world image, providing a composite view. Most commonly used to add 3D content to a camera view on mobile devices and tablets.
VR (Virtual Reality)
Virtual Reality is a fully immersive, computer-generated simulation that can be interacted with in a realistic way by using specialised VR headsets and other tracking equipment, such as the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.
MR (Mixed Reality)
Mixed reality is a form of hybrid reality. It uses a head-mounted display to combine a real-world view of objects into a VR experience allowing physical and digital objects to co-exist and interact.
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