Answered By: Anna Nuhn Last Updated: Sep 09, 2020 Views: 34
What is the difference between VR and AR?
Virtual Reality (VR)
Places the user in a computer-generated virtual environment that can be interacted with by a user wearing VR equipment including headsets, controllers, and sensors.
Augmented Reality (AR)
Takes the users view of the real world and superimposes digital information and/or data on top of it.
Mixed Reality (MR)
Combines aspects of both VR and AR, it lets the user see the real world (like AR) while also seeing virtual objects (like VR). It then anchors those virtual objects to a point in real space, making it possible for the user to interact with them.
Cameras capable of taking 360° photos / videos of your surroundings.