Augmented reality animation software creates an image or 3D object that the software then blends into a real-life background. Compared to a simple AR object, AR animation means that the object is animated, appearing to be moving.
A special augmented reality animation software is loaded on a cell phone and the viewer looks through the cell phone camera aperture. Augmented reality needs conjunction with some types of gadgets tablets, smartphones, and even PCs. The devices themselves should contain software with sensors, so they can trigger digital displays onto physical objects for our eyes.
The AR process uses a camera, so the “scanning mode” would be on. You’ll need to point the scanning camera at different objects in the room to create a database of shapes and corners.
AR for the retail industry
Such industry leaders as Lacoste, Sephora, and GAP are actively using virtual fitting rooms;
AR for shops
IKEA’s AR showroom allows customers to see what furniture might look like in their homes;
AR for manufacturers
Manufacturers can replace Augmented Reality animation on the labels and packaging of their goods.
No, virtual reality is usually confused with augmented reality. For your better understanding, VR is a fully immersive experience for the user without interaction with the physical world around them. AR animation means that the animation blends into the real-life background, thus interacting with reality.