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Revolutionizing the Next age of AR with 5G-enhanced Practices
FREMONT, CA: The world is welcoming the fifth generation cellular network technology. 5G networks, with the digital cellular web, offer service up to a million devices per square kilometer. The next generation mobile network has promised to provide extremely low latency, ubiquitous gigabit connection speeds, and unrestricted capacity. The modern industry will undoubtedly be positively affected by the 5G's arrival.
When it comes to Augmented Reality (AR), 5G looks to be more transformational. AR is the art and science of overlaying virtual information onto a live view of the real world. Virtual Reality (AR) creates a self-contained 3D virtual world that a person can fully immerse themselves in. AR seeks to augment the perception of the physical environment around us. It requires powerful processors, a range of advanced sensors, sharp cameras, and some software smarts. To produce a smooth AR experience, data needs to be rendered in real time.
To take AR to the next level, 5G is going a play a vital role. The later generation mobile network will massively lower latency and increase capacity. 5G will be a requirement for some of the most exciting AR and Virtual Reality (VR) applications. Nature of AR applications is growing to be more sophisticated with shared real-time AR experiences. The unpredictable behavior between AR and 5G will expand the potential for robot operation through enhanced Heads Up Displays (HUDs) and remote control drone. 5G-enhanced AR is set to benefit the average user over the coming years.
Well-known companies are steadily bringing AR features for company boost. AR is set to enter a new phase of mainstream acceptance in the industry, mobile phones. 5G is going to revolutionize the future for the upcoming AR generation.