Augmented reality app development creates opportunities for growth : Mobile Business Insights
This article does not really give any examples on how an augmented reality app could look but I agree with the idea of it.
Cool examples could be to use an iPad to configure a car in a showroom. Customers would point the camera towards the car and see all options that are available. Also, iPad apps could be education programs that teach you how to rep are something when you point the camera towards it.
Another use case could be to furnish a physical room with virtual furnitures. So, yes, there is huge potential!
What are your ideas for augmented reality apps?
It’s nearly impossible to explore a news site today without finding at least one article mentioning the extreme success of “Pokemon Go,” an augmented reality app for your phone. Though the term “augmented reality app” often comes up when discussing the consumer space or the hardware behind augmented reality app development, these apps transcend far beyond the consumer space. In fact, many analysts across research firms have noted how these apps will infiltrate the enterprise space. The IDC’s most recent mobility report predicted that in 2017, one-quarter of enterprise IT organizations will test augmented reality business apps for use on smartphones.
What does an augmented reality app mean for your organization?
These apps have the potential to enact drastic change on an organization. For starters, more companies will utilize their IT departments to create the next-generation smartphone.
“An increasing number of phones will incorporate new technologies…
Read the entire article from MobileBusinessInsights here: Augmented reality app development creates opportunities for growth : Mobile Business Insights