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AR MEANS BUSINESS
When people think of AR, it’s often games or other consumer experiences that come to mind. But immersive technology is taking hold in professional environments of all kinds too. From internal communications to warehouse management, engineer training to remote guidance for surgeons, industries across the board are embracing new immersive digital tools.
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WHO IS IT FOR?
Applications for AR in business are as varied as the businesses themselves. It is proving its worth as a powerful new channel for internal or corporate comms, onboarding new staff or site visitors, and training staff on potentially complex subject matter without them needing to leave the office, to name but a few use cases.
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