The most important AR terms at a glance
Here you will find explanations of the most frequently used technical terms relating to our products. If you have specific questions about our solutions, we recommend you take a look at the FAQ. If you still can't find what you're looking for, don't hesitate to contact us - our AR experts will be happy to help.
The digitally supported extension of the perception of reality by all human senses. Mostly, however, augmented reality refers to visual aspects, i.e. the addition of digital content or virtual objects to images or videos. You can find concrete examples and applications in this blog post.
Tracking and analyzing the user's eye movements. Devices such as the HoloLens 2, for example, allow users to interact with virtual content hands-free, using only the direction and duration of their gaze.
The automatic and immediate conversion of the determined data into a 3D model, which can be dynamically supplemented with notes and functions and can be used directly for further processing. See XR Scan.
The ability to see and experience augmented reality via a web browser. Instead of a separate app that needs to be installed for other AR applications, all that is now required is to enter the URL or scan the QR code. See XR Scene Web.