Arlicious

AR technology is still in its early stages

AR technology is still in its early stages, and there are many challenges that need to be addressed, such as improving the accuracy and reliability of tracking and enhancing the user experience.

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AR stands for Augmented Reality, which is a technology that allows computer-generated elements to be superimposed onto the real world in real-time. This is usually achieved using a camera and a display, such as a smartphone or a headset.
AR technology can enhance the user’s perception of the real world by adding digital information or objects, creating interactive and immersive experiences. For example, it can be used in gaming to create virtual environments that blend with the real world, or in education to provide visual aids for learning.

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Our Mission

Individuals may also use AR technology to achieve their own personal goals, such as learning new skills, exploring new places, or enhancing their social interactions.
Ultimately, the mission for AR depends on the specific context and goals of the user or organization. However, the overarching objective is to leverage the power of this technology to enhance the real world with digital content and create new and exciting experiences.

Our Vision

AR technology enhances the user’s perception of the real world by adding digital information or objects, creating interactive and immersive experiences.
A company’s vision should be ambitious, but also realistic and achievable. It should reflect its values, strengths, and unique perspective on the market and society.
It should also be communicated effectively both internally and externally, so that everyone understands and supports it.
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Find AR solutions to fit your use cases

AR Try-On and Product Visualization

Retailers can offer AR solutions that allow customers to try on clothing virtually, visualize furniture in their homes, or see how products fit into their daily lives, increasing customer confidence and reducing returns.

Location-Based AR Games

Games like Pokémon GO and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite use geolocation and AR to create interactive gaming experiences in the real world.

Museums and Galleries

Museums and art galleries use AR to offer interactive exhibits that provide additional context and information about artworks and historical artifacts.