AR, VR, and MR technologies have allowed us to see the wonders of technology, as well as the real and tangible real world and the untouchable. Virtual worlds are more closely connected. Three technologies have emerged that have many people baffled and even confused them together. Let’s take a look at what these three technologies really are.

AR

The full name of AR is Augmented Reality. This technology uses computer technology to superimpose virtual information onto the real world and display it through devices such as phones and tablets, being People’s perception, so as to achieve the integration of the real and virtual, and enrich the real world. In short, it is to “bring to life” its own flat content, to give more information to the real thing, to enhance the three-dimensional sense, and to strengthen the visual effects. and sense of interactive experience.

A common application of AR technology is the use of mobile phone cameras, which scan real-world objects and display them on the phone through image recognition technology Corresponding pictures, audio and video, 3D models and so on. Such as the “AR red packet” function of some software. Deeper applications of AR technology are still being explored.

VR

VR, or Virtual Reality, also known as Spiritual Reality, is a technology that is immersive and Interactive and conceptual features. vr technology combines computer graphics, simulation, multimedia, artificial intelligence, and Computer network technology, parallel processing technology and multi-sensor technology and other technologies to simulate human vision, hearing, touch, etc. The sensory organs function as if they were there, immersed in a computer-generated virtual world, and are able to use speech, gestures, etc. Conduct real-time communication to enhance the sense of entry and immersion. Through VR technology, people feel the real world realistic, but also break through the limitations of time and space and other conditions, feel to enter the virtual world The amazing experience.

VR technology is widely used, such as astronauts using VR simulation for training; architects making drawings of 3D virtual buildings for easy experience and modification; realtors enabling customers to visit homes in the real world; virtual stage scenes produced by the entertainment industry, and so on.

MR

MR, or Mixed Reality, is a further development of virtual reality technology. It is to set up an interactive feedback between the virtual world, the real world, and the user by introducing realistic scene information into the virtual environment. The key point of MR technology is to interact with the real world and to bridge the gap between the real world and information, thereby enhancing the realism of the user experience. Timely access, and therefore its implementation, requires an environment in which it can interact with things in the real world. If the environment is virtual, then it is VR; if the virtual information presented is a simple superposition of virtual things, then it is AR. the difference between MR and AR is simple: while AR just superimposes a virtual environment but ignores reality, MR is able to create a virtual environment through an Cameras allow you to see a reality that is invisible to the naked eye.

The virtual and real interactive feedback of MR technology enables people to communicate at great distances from each other, and is extremely operative, such as with the 5G network, doctors in two places can operate and guide simultaneously, which is extremely meaningful in the field of medicine.