Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality

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From inquiry to reality through Augmented Reality

Augmented reality is one of the promising technologies to have ever existed in our era given the benefits it has to provide in various fields. Tech giants get to crash minor competitors in terms of sales because of their ability to invest in information that minor companies have no access to. Analyzing information in a way that it becomes useful can be very extensive and expensive at the same time for these minor companies to manage, this is where augmented reality comes in. the technology tries to condense this whole process of relaying information within your vicinity that only you can see at a more affordable price. However, the beauty of this technology is on its ability to both create additional information on an environment and mask of unwanted information from your vicinity through computer-mediated reality. This is the distinction between virtual reality and augmented reality where one loses users touch with reality while another doesn’t (Henderson, 2009). A measure of intelligence is on one’s ability to relay information and for a very long time machines have overpowered humans by the perception of providing close to perfect touch on this when in reality they need our intervention to actually perform. Introduction of argument reality changes the whole narrative by making humans the real heroes. With the rate at which the world is hungry for access to useful information augmented reality will in future take over the technology industry (Burdea,1994) the same way smartphones did back then in 2007 when Steve Jobs walked on stage holding a smartphone in his pocket with great emphasis on its ability to be applied in various fields: military, flight training, education, architectural designs and medical.

The medical field involves a gamble with one’s health where the perception of risk and benefit is mostly at play. Benefits involved in a risk is directly dependent on the type of medical institution one chooses to go to, advanced medical institutions, in this case, have a milestone over their counterparts because of the technological advancements such as augmented reality in their operations. The real-time image details that augmented reality can produce has been able to transform the medical field in a significant way. According to Burdea (1994) Surgeons can now determine whether a patient is suffering from stroke through this technology within the emergency room as opposed to before when it would take several tests and analysis to come to this conclusions this process could take weeks if not months depending on the medical institution conducting this. The technology has reduced the risk involved in operations that before required a lot of care not to cut vital organs through displaying anatomical structure in the augmented reality lens, imagine all the nerves and blood vessels highlighted during an operation, what could really go wrong in case of an operation? Even a non-experienced doctor or medical student can conduct the same operation without any is clear that augmented reality will be a vital technology for any operation moreover the technology also benefits a military industry.


Burdea Grigore, C., and P. Coiffet. Virtual reality technology. London: Wiley-Interscience, 1994.

Henderson, Steven J., and Steven Feiner. “Evaluating the benefits of augmented reality for task localization in maintenance of an armored personnel carrier turret.” Mixed and Augmented Reality, 2009. ISMAR 2009. 8th IEEE International Symposium on. IEEE, 2009.