Disadvantages Of Augmented Reality

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TOPIC: AUGMENTED REALITY Ridhma, PEC University of technology, Chandigarh Abstract: Augmented reality increases the user’s perception and interaction with the real environment. Augmented reality makes use of both virtual and actual reality to make users available with the applications and tools to ensure the transfer of knowledge in different environments. AR displays superimposed information in the user’s area of view and can take him into a new world. The ultimate goal of augmented reality is to create virtual objects that are so real such that they are difficult to differentiate from the real environment. This paper review various characteristics of augmented reality as well as its applications in various fields like military, entertainment…show more content…
ADVANTAGES OF AUGMENTED REALITY Various advantages of augmented reality in today’s world are as follows:  Augmented Reality enhances interaction and provides a better user experience.  AR blurs the line between what is real and what is digitally generated.  Reality with more information added to it that is normally not available.  Step-by-step instructions and guidelines are presented more accurately through an augmented video than the normal videos. 6. DISADVANTAGES OF AUGMENTED REALITY With so many advantages, augmented reality also have some flaws existing in it. Some of the concerns are:  Lack of privacy.  Augmented reality systems are costly and difficult to maintain.  Spamming  Physical danger  Unauthorized augmented advertising 7. APPLICATION OF AUGMENTED REALITY 7.1 Medical Augmented reality is gradually being used for more practical purposes apart from providing entertaining digital content to the users of smart devices. This technology is going to play an important role in the future of medicine. This technology is rapidly gaining importance among medical professionals. The capabilities that this technology have, can be used to make complex surgical procedures

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