Research has shown that we humans interact with the world visually since we process visual images many times faster than information presented in other forms, such as written text. Augmented reality (AR), like its virtual-reality (VR) cousin, enables us to experience an increased perception of our surrounding environment. The major difference is that AR adds to, or augments, the natural world with virtual objects such as text or other visuals, equipping us to interact safely and more
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