Augmented Reality (AR) Applications in Learning.
Special Issue on Internet of Things and Augmented Reality in the age of 5G In the past few decades, people have made great efforts on the Internet of Things, which makes it possible or accessible to be applied in various fields, including home robotics, intelligent cities and Augmented Reality (AR).
Special Issue on Augmented Reality and Internet of Things in the age of 5G Internet of Things (IoT) has achieved adoption in many application domains. The upcoming 5G technology will help to unleash the full potential of IoT by enabling ultra-low-latency and high-bandwidth wireless communication, with vast improvements over the current capabilities of the 4G.
Augmented reality (AR) is a field of computer research which deals with the combination of real world and computer generated data. Augmented reality (AR) refers to computer displays that add virtual information to a user's sensory perceptions.
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Augmented Reality (AR). The AR is a new technology which is capable of presenting possibilities that are difficult for other technologies to offer and meet. In this research paper we will give a brief description of what is Augmented Reality and how will it change the way we see the world.
Augmented Reality in Education Preface Visualising the invisible has been one of the most fascinating phenomena for humans during the history. It matters as well the scientific researchers as the non-scientists. Microscope, telescope, x-rays, or brain scanning have had a huge impact in development of scientific research. In addition.