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What about virtual / augmented reality and UI5?



This years #UI5Top5 does not include AR/VR apps. What do you think? When will we meet AR/VR in a business context? Do you want a UI5 Top 5 in 2019 or do we focus on Immersive Experience (Augmented, Virtual, Mixed and Assisted Reality) in stead?

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Steve Roger said…
The way your industry interacts with customers, partners and employees will change as virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) headsets gain widespread adoption. Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality development for the business plays important role in many industries and it can be a game changer for any business like eCommerce experiences, which let your customers try on clothes virtually or preview new furniture within their homes. Since AR completely transformed the existing tedious methods. Due to this, the even big player has employed augmented reality to do something unique. AR can help any business come up with unique marketing applications that also train your work-force even potential is huge but the limitations are really minimal. Virtual Reality, on the other hand, is the is a technology with the use of exciting software which is pretty much closer to the real world. All these 3D images and videos which we see in our daily life are nothing but just a part of these technologies.
Wonderful video, which you have shared here about the virtual and augmented reality. This video is very informative and I liked to watch it. If anyone looking for the Best Augmented Reality Companies online, hiverlab is a good choice.

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