How AI Is Shaping the Future of Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality!
The pace of technological development is accelerating. Perhaps to your unawares, but Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already influencing the direction that AR and VR will take. Though artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for a long time, we have only recently started to use it to build immersive experiences that straddle the real and fantastical worlds.
Notwithstanding that augmented reality has been around for at least a few years, AR is here to stay, thanks to initiatives like Google Glass, Pokémon Go, and Facebook’s numerous attempts to integrate virtual objects into the physical world.
What is the difference between AI and AR/VR?
To begin with, both of them are unique technologies created for unique uses. The addition of augmented reality (AR) adds a digital layer, incorporating it into a single immersive experience. The components of AI are numerous. In order to learn from and improve on the data fed to it, machine learning — one of the elements of AI — uses statistical models and algorithms.
How does AI help with AR/VR?
AI and VR/AR work together to create unique experiences, despite the fact that they are both incredibly unique and distinct technologies. Together, AI, AR, and VR can create immersive experiences. Deep neural networks are also capable of detecting depth and vertical and horizontal planes. AR is combined with AI models to produce effects. Snapchat filters are a prime illustrative example.
The impact of AI and AR/VR together in the future
- Immersive Presentations: There won’t be a need to make PowerPoint presentations to demonstrate to the client thanks to technological improvements. Actual time will be involved. Users will be able to benefit from an interactive real-time visual created by AI and AR. We already got a preview of it with Pokemon Go. In the future, this might include more than simply visual information.
- Education: Audiovisual presentations will no longer be used in education. Instead, it will have an interactive audio-visual experience. Since they won’t have to imagine what is happening in the classroom, learners will be more engaged in class as a result of this. Students will be able to experience the actual events.
- E-commerce: This particular sector of the economy will gain significantly. Marketers are already attempting to learn more about buyer journeys through the use of AI. Marketers will learn more about how audiences are responding to their creatives thanks to innovations like geo-targeting and real-time interaction, and they may even offer buyers tailored creatives.
- Wearables: The flow of information at a touch will be a reality in the future that we are seeing. We will have apparel and accessories with information-exchanging capabilities thanks to the partnership between AI and AR/VR.
So, what does all of this mean for developers and business owners? Simply said, there is a big opportunity for brands and enterprises to use these technologies in innovative ways to differentiate themselves from the competition and make their products more appealing — and valuable! That is why Metarri is just in time to create the metaverse’s AppStore.
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