Engadgets UK and TechRadar have teamed up to answer some of the most common questions around the tech that’s coming out of the AR community.
First up: why AR and why smart phones should care.
What’s new with AR?
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of AR is the immersive AR experience, a feature that’s been around for a few years now and has been heavily influenced by augmented reality.
We already have the ability to use AR to tell the difference between the two when we see it in the real world, and it’s easy to see how that could become a huge attraction for AR applications.
The AR ecosystem has been growing in leaps and bounds since the inception of the Oculus Rift, and AR is already available on Google’s own Glass, Amazon’s Echo and Microsoft’s HoloLens.
AR applications are being developed by hundreds of companies around the world and, in 2018, Google announced its AR SDK for developers.
While there’s a lot of AR innovation happening in the AR space, the technology has been around since the 1980s and is still pretty new, and while the technology is growing exponentially, there’s still a lot to learn from the industry.
The biggest challenge for AR is that it doesn’t yet have a clear set of rules for its use.
For instance, there is no unified standard for how AR works and how it should be used.
This is because different hardware and software platforms are capable of varying the capabilities of different AR devices.
This means that AR is only as good as its creators make it, and there’s not much to be gained by simply using an AR device on your own.
The main problem with the AR industry is that there are a lot more companies out there than there are developers.
AR has a set of guidelines and guidelines that set the boundaries for AR use.
These guidelines are in place to ensure that AR apps are compatible with each other and with the underlying hardware, which means that a device’s performance can’t be directly compared with the performance of another device.
This makes it easy to understand the difference when the user sees an AR-enabled device, but there’s also the issue of privacy.
Apps that are created for AR should be able to do everything that an AR app can do.
For example, an AR application should be designed to be as simple and transparent as possible, while still being accessible to as many people as possible.
The goal here is to make the user feel that their experience is better than an app created for a different platform.
When it comes to AR applications, the developers can also choose to make a product that’s built specifically for AR.
These products are known as AR-friendly AR applications because they are built to work with AR hardware, so they’re designed to allow the user to interact with AR-based applications without having to open a browser or use a separate app.
There’s no set standard for these AR-compatible apps.
Developers can create apps that work with different platforms, but the ones that are currently available for AR devices are pretty limited.
This can make it difficult for developers to get the most out of their AR experiences, so it’s important that AR developers follow the guidelines outlined by the AR standards bodies.
Armed with these guidelines, AR apps can make use of a range of features that make them useful for AR-impaired users, from the ability for users to share AR-influenced content through social networking, to the ability of AR-aware devices to automatically detect the presence of an AR object when it’s within range.
There are also a number of AR features that help developers create AR-powered apps, like the ability in AR-supported AR headsets to detect and act on AR content, and the ability users can create custom AR apps that can be built to match their own needs.
As a result, AR applications have a huge opportunity to take advantage of a lot less hardware and to provide a greater user experience.
There’s still much more to learn about AR, and a lot is still being learned, but for the foreseeable future AR will continue to be a big part of the technology landscape.
Are there any AR apps?
Well, no, but they’re definitely there.
There have been a few AR apps released in the past, including a simple, free AR game called AR Games.
There were also a few apps that were more geared towards AR, like ARKVR, a virtual reality AR app that was released in 2014.
We have some apps for VR, too, but these are only available for Android phones.
There is also ARKit, an open-source framework that can allow developers to write AR applications for mobile platforms, and in 2018 it was announced that ARKit would be a part of Google’s SDK for the Android platform.
The lack of AR apps in the UK is disappointing, but it’s also understandable.
There aren’t that many AR apps on the market, and when there are there are also plenty of AR developers out