Scope AR’s upcoming projects with AR

BY: CLAIRE KIM

I am absolutely sure that Pokemon Go has become one of the most popular games that are played by the public since it was released. With the fun Pokemon creatures to the engaged interaction, the game has taken off as a huge hit. I think that Pokemon Go itself is a really creative game, but what sets it apart from others is the fact that AR (Augmented Reality) is being involved. It seems like a wide range of people enjoy the idea of mixed reality and it has become slightly favored by greater companies now. The game is a new start for other enterprises to take note of the massive influence of AR on technology. Scope AR has already been starting a new project ever since.

At first, when I heard that Scope AR was taking on this project, I thought that they would be trying to create a similar game as Pokemon Go. Yet surprisingly, they have decided that they are taking a different route in displaying AR within their company through collaborations with others. I think it will be very interesting to see how they can incorporate AR into their technology.

Scope AR has announced that their project is based on using AR to create a platform called “Work Link”. The idea was led by the goal to develop a social platform that uses more “highly interactive and animated content with AR”. They have also planned another project, called “Remote AR” which of course, uses AR as well.

Scope AR indeed is one of those companies that really influence others to take a step further in advancing technology. They are currently promoting AR in the tech world, so  I hope to see it being used more and more in the next few years by other enterprises in the market.

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