IJRE – Volume 6 Issue 1 Paper 6



Volume 06 Issue 01  Year 2019  ISSN No:  2349-252X  Page no: 18-21


Abstract Augmented Reality is a breakthrough technology that could considerably ease execution of complex operations. Augmented Reality mixes virtual and actual reality, making available to the user new tools to ensure efficiency in the transfer of knowledge for several processes and in several environments.

Keywords – Augumented reality


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