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Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR), and Extended Reality (XR) are all technologies that blend the physical and digital worlds in various ways. Here's a brief overview of each

Augmented Reality

AR overlays digital information onto the real world, typically through a smartphone or AR glasses. This can include text, images, videos, or 3D models. AR enhances the user's perception of reality by adding digital elements to it, often in real-time.

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VR immerses users in a completely digital environment, usually through a headset or goggles. Users can interact with and navigate these virtual worlds as if they were real. VR often provides a fully immersive experience, isolating users from the physical world



MR blends elements of both AR and VR, allowing digital objects to interact with the real world and vice versa. MR devices typically include transparent displays that overlay digital content onto the user's view of the real world, enabling seamless integration of virtual and physical elements

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XR is an umbrella term that encompasses all immersive technologies, including AR, VR, and MR. It refers to any experience that combines real and virtual environments, ranging from fully virtual to fully augmented experiences

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