How Does Augmented Reality Work?
Augmented reality starts with a camera-equipped device—such as a smartphone, a tablet, or smart glasses—loaded with AR software. When a user points the device and looks at an object, the software recognizes it through computer vision technology, which analyzes the video stream.
The device then downloads information about the object from the cloud, in much the same way that a web browser loads a page via a URL. A fundamental difference is that the AR information is presented in a 3-D “experience” superimposed on the object rather than in a 2-D page on a screen. What the user sees, then, is part real and part digital.
Nuances is the first AR golf shoes collection in the world!
We use Adobe AERO (free app for ios and android) to display our shoes in the real world. You can download all models of the collection by clicking the link on each product page.
Each model is about 9mb. Just tap to recognize the surface and place the shoes on the ground!