Modified sensory perceptions are normal
for our augmented reality developers
Have you ever wondered how, when showing a football game, a line or a circle can appear on the screen during a free kick? Or how a newscast can seemingly merge a video clip with computer graphics?
This is an augmented reality developer’s job. They are the ones who develop augmented reality, also known as “enhanced reality” or “AR”, meaning that they develop a simultaneous interaction of perceived and computer-based reality. They ensure that you can easily and conveniently see computerized additional information at the same time as the actual footage or pictures.