Direct Augmented RealityDirect augmented reality is the integration of information environments with a users current live view of the world. For example, a communication tool could show you a hologram with subtitles of translations as someone is speaking to you in a foreign language.
Indirect Augmented RealityIndirect augmented reality is a live view of the real world where the user isn't physically present. For example, if you're too busy to fly to London for a party you could attend as a hologram.
ExamplePlaying chess against a computer using a real chess board with players that are holographic.
|Overview: Augmented Reality|
The live integration of reality with information, virtual entities, media and user interfaces.