What is the difference between augmented reality and assisted reality?
Assisted reality is between augmented reality and normal, everyday reality. Information Age explained it well saying, "It differs from augmented reality in that it doesn’t change what the user is seeing, only adds an extra layer of information into their peripheral vision."
Assisted reality can be in the form of something like smart glasses while augmented reality would often completely obstruct your view of what is actually around you.
Both assisted and augmented reality can be used to increase efficiency in manufacturing facilities.
However, there is another technology which is predicted to drive industry 4.0 — assisted reality.To appreciate assisted reality’s accessibility and practicality for front-line workers within manufacturing and the technology’s transformative nature in relation to driving industry 4.0, it is important to discuss the potential assisted reality use cases across the entire company value chain.Read More