AR vs VR | Virtual & Augmented Reality Differences INFOGRAPHIC


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The emerging technologies like AR and VR are being frequently talked in conversations and often mixed up as same. Although both are altering the view of the world, these two are different from each other. AR (Augmented Reality) is to catch the world live in an enhanced from using the camera of a smartphone. VR (Virtual Reality) offers a digital recreation of the real world with the help of VR headsets. From delivery method to devices everything is distinct. To experience the virtual reality you have to put VR headsets and for AR experience, all you need is your phone’s camera.

In Virtual reality, your screen becomes your world while in Augmented reality, the world is your screen.

AR and VR both can be used for training, education, and entertainment. But they function differently in every field as you are playing video games with AR, you can play anywhere whereas playing with VR will always require a separate room. With so much discussion on the difference between Virtual and Augmented reality in advancing training and education, we thought it would be good to take a look at the key distinctions between the two. This infographic details the explanation of AR vs VR.

VR vs AR difference

Hemendra Singh
Mr. Hemendra Singh, Managing Director, also the co-founder of The NineHertz is a visionary leader who oversees the corporate direction and successful growth of the Company and its employees, alike. With a career spanning nearly 10 years and a degree in Information Technology, Hemendra is the epitome of the new-age entrepreneurship in the emerging Digital India, who has catapulted The NineHertz to be counted among one of the foremost IT Companies in India.