Main Street Is Awakening to the Huge Opportunity Augmented Reality Presents
IT Craft’s Anthony Suddia Explains How Pokémon GO’s Technology is Trickling Down to Small Business
The technology that powers Pokémon GO is coming to a small business, perhaps yours, soon.
Augmented Reality, which allows smartphone and tablet users to locate, capture and train virtual Pokémon creatures in real-world settings, is also enabling consumers to test drive virtual furniture in their living rooms, authors to make photos leap off the pages of their books, real estate agents to offer immersive virtual tours of homes for sale, and doctors to test, virtually, surgical procedures on live patients.
IT Craft, based in Ukraine, is a leader in the global effort to bring Augmented Realty, known as AR, to Main Street businesses.
This week, Anthony Suddia, a Kharkiv-based content specialist with IT Craft, takes host Dean Rotbart and his Monday Morning Radio listeners on a wild tour of AR and how it is transforming the small business world.
Brace yourself, for your own reality is about to be augmented.
Posted: September 5, 2016
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