So, first off, let’s clear up the usual confusion that exists between the terms augmented reality and virtual reality. Virtual reality replaces the real world with a simulated one. It’s a technology that’s been around for decades. Think simulated environments displayed on a computer screen or using headsets where an entire world can be created with your personal avatar interacting in a 360-degree environment. Pretty cool. Augmented reality, on the other hand, is typically defined as an enhanced version of the real world. Think of it as a merging of the real and digital worlds by superimposing virtual information onto everyday objects or environments.
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