AR (Augmented Reality) overlays digital information onto the real world, enhancing the environment you see. VR (Virtual Reality) immerses you in a completely virtual environment, isolating you from the physical world.
The development timeline varies depending on the complexity of the project. Simple applications might take few weeks, while more intricate ones can take few months to design, develop, and test.
AR development involves technologies like 3D modelling, computer vision and tracking in user environments. VR development relies on 3D modelling, motion tracking, and immersive audio-visual rendering.
Yes, both AR and VR require specific hardware. AR apps generally run on smartphones or AR glasses, while VR applications often require dedicated VR headsets and controllers.
The process typically includes concept ideation, design, 3D modeling (for VR), coding, testing, and deployment. User experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design are crucial for creating intuitive and engaging experiences.