Communication App

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From the world of news and entertainment to education and specialized training, the possibilities for advanced communication using Augmented Reality are almost endless. Augmented Reality is an innovative way to incorporate computer information into your world through the use of a camera. Photorealistic graphics can render environments directly into your camera’s perspective. Virtual avatars can act as hosts, guides, or instructors, and 3D virtual objects can be programmed with the ability to deliver real time sensory feedback for a fully immersive and interactive simulation experience. Apple and Android have introduced ARKit and ARCore, their respective AR development platforms, making the widespread implementation of Augmented Reality applications more feasible. There’s never been a better time to develop Augmented Reality concepts for the market. As leading developers of custom mobile software, DDA is excited about the prospects of an Augmented Reality communications app that opens users up to the many possibilities AR has to enhance their lives. ARKit and ARCore make it possible for anyone with a smartphone, tablet, or AR eyewear to access Augmented Reality apps using the camera as the source of the interface. As pioneers in VMS, or Virtual Medical Simulations, we see many opportunities to develop new AR apps for everyday activities like communication and social media.

Need

With the numerous methods we now use to communicate and access social information, Augmented Reality will offer some key advantages. As an interface, it has the ability to aggregate data into a central source, one you can readily view through the camera on your mobile device. At the same time Augmented Reality centralizes and incorporates, it also has the ability to expand. You can open virtual windows into your perspective and close them, as if you inhabit the interface that was once confined to a limited screen.

Benefit

Advancements in communication always involve removing barriers and making the experience more seamless and unnoticeable. While the technology of writing and mailing are still useful, the ability to see someone’s face and expressions in real time, adding information in dynamic graphic displays, and combining networked conferencing in an immersive format closes the distance and optimizes communication for everyone involved.

Concept

Augmented Reality communication apps are destined to be highly customized and industry specific, but a general communication platform will also prove to be a highly useful enhancement to daily life. Currently, mobile apps delivered through the iPhone are limited by the size of your screen. As convenient as the screen on your smartphone or tablet is, the size is the limiting factor for your activity. Instead, Augmented Reality uses the camera to project any number of screens, faces, and talking heads back out to your camera perspective. This allows for the customization of screen sizes and shapes, transparency, intensity, color tinting, and more, creating a customized hierarchy of contacts and communication sources. With the unique capability of condensing, coordinating, and integrating information systems into one interface, and simultaneously expanding mobile computing into spatial computing, the mobile app environment suddenly got a lot richer.

Whether you’re at home linking up with your friends across several platforms, at a conference looking for acquaintances or colleagues, or at a concert of sports event with a group and you don’t want to get lost in the crowd, Augmented Reality can provide additional navigation features to connect you with everyone you’re looking for, with graphics designed to call out people with identifying markers. For example, a group of friends or club members can customize a 3D icon that appears to float over their head to other app users making it easy to find your mates in a crowd. Augmented Reality connects you with others without cutting you off from your environment.


DDA is an Augmented Reality app company with an extensive background in developing optimized experiences for an international clientele of satisfied repeat customers. We created our first AR project in 2009 and in 2012, we received the Tabby Award for the Best Healthcare iPad App of the year. The introduction of ARKit and ARCore makes this an ideal time to develop innovative mobile apps for communication. DDA is conveniently located just outside of Philadelphia, and our team of seasoned professional designers programmers and multimedia specialists is prepared to handle any complex and challenging software project in house without resorting to third parties. By using a logical step-by-step approach to innovation, our vertically-integrated studio has established one of the most comprehensive skill sets of any Augmented Reality app company anywhere. Whether the project requires extensive database management, eLearning and certification programs, 3D computer modeling and animation, graphic design and multimedia production, or any type of custom software design and programming, DDA can keep production cost under control, maintain excellent communication with our clients during the process, and ensure a flawless and engaging end user experience across every platform and to every device. For an Augmented Reality app company that strives to exceed your expectations with each and every project, look to DDA for the best solution.

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