Augmented Reality (AR) is the integration of digital information with the user’s environment in real time, i.e. users experience a real-world environment with digital information overlaid on top of it.
Example: Outdoor AR game “School Journey of Toots” at Palamuse Museum
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated environment making the participant feel the presence and immersiveness. As we say, one reality at a time. 😉
Example: Visitors in the Time Portal “VR Toila 1938”
3D Laser Scanning is the process to gather detailed information from your fingertips to large houses and surrounding environments in a very short time.
3D projection mapping is a projection technique by which three-dimensional objects are spatially mapped on the virtual program which mimics the real environment they are to be projected on.
3D hologram is a 3D projection created by the refraction of light that floats in the air. Unlike a traditional photo, a hologram is a three-dimensional image, and unlike VR/AR applications, 3D holograms are visible to multiple people at the same time.
Example: 3D hologram bees next to the ancient beehive at the Saatse museum