Augmented reality libraries give a whole new take on what it means to offer education, information and resources to the world. In the form of digital content, AR can be used in libraries, museums, and other places where collections are displayed, engaging and inspiring in ways never seen before.
For example, through an augmented reality exhibition, additional content is added to the real world by overlaying digital content (e.g., maps, photographs, videos) onto various displays. Creating a new perspective on real-world information, this technology supports and showcases material in exciting, interactive formats.
On the other hand, virtual reality works much like augmented reality, except with no visual display. Instead, users experience VR scenes with specialised ‘goggles’, embedding them into the digital environment.
Combined, augmented and virtual reality in libraries, museums, art galleries, and exhibitions brings about a whole new way to explore our world.
Using Display Sense’s augmented reality museum software, or solutions designed for libraries, art galleries and more, there’s never been a better time to integrate this leading technology into your exhibitions.
When you choose our state-of-the-art developments, you’ll get access to content that’s uniquely tailored for your environment – whether a library museum, exhibition centre or art gallery.
Give your visitors a new way to interact with your offering, exploring the rich culture, history and other information in exciting ways. Imagine users being able to see the inner workings and discoveries of ancient Italy’s Pompeii, or the many wonders of Berlin, without physically visiting them. No matter your vision, augmented and virtual reality in libraries can take you (and your visitors) there.
Libraries are great places to exhibit AR technology alongside VR. These innovations can be used for educational purposes, research, and even storytelling. As a result, libraries have become highly immersive spaces that offer a unique experience for students and people interested in learning about a specific subject.
In the past few years, we have seen an incredible amount of interest in augmented and virtual reality in libraries. Around the world, these facilities continue to look for ways to provide engaging experiences, not only for their users but also to their staff members. And that’s exactly where Display Sense comes in.
Augmented reality is everywhere. It provides a new way to experience information, whether it’s historical artifacts, archaeological sites, or understanding more about your favourite sports team. But this technology is still relatively new for places like libraries or even art galleries. In our eyes, this is exciting.
The tools for generating augmented and virtual reality in exhibitions for art galleries, museums and libraries has never been easier to access. It all starts with Display Sense – a leading AR development company that continues to help centres just like yours to create a competitive edge and inspire visitors.
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