Travel is a breeze with Bixby Vision's translation featureAugmented Reality may have been around for a while now, but we are still only just starting to appreciate what it could be capable of. Unlike Virtual Reality, which simulates a separate world for the user, AR blends virtual elements with real world information, typically using an interface that interacts with things you can already see.
As the technology continues to grow, there's never been a better time to explore its exciting possibilities and applications. Obviously there's all the fun stuff liketurning yourself into an emojior capturing a rogue Ivysaur in the fruit and veg isle with Pokémon Go, but AR also pops up in all kinds of industries from healthcare and engineering to fitness. Want to translate a menu on the fly? Or preview new furniture in your living room? You can do this and more by using ARwithBixby.