Keywords : Augmented Reality

EduAR– an AR based Learning Application

Kshitij Jethe; Aniket Hedau; Rohit Kolankar; Sahil Dhoble; Divyanshu Mataghare

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue ICITCA-2021 5S, Pages 44-47
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2021.138

Being one of the hot technologies of the era Augmented reality is exponentially developing various day to day activities and learning application is one of them. EduAR is an android application that overlays the virtual objects in a physical environment. EduAR as the title suggests it will be related to education and Augmented reality. Our project will be basically for preschool and kindergarten kids. In this application we are going to provide two main features, User will put camera on the particular word for alphabet and there will be a 3D visual of the particular word in the form of image it will be a static image but will be presented are displayed in a magical way as simplifying and visualizing something new leads to easier understanding. Another feature is that the user will put a camera on the particular object or image and then it will display on screen what object is it children can have fun using this application to explore new things. This application will mainly focus on the development of young children to help them prepare for preschool and beyond.

Industrial Machine Identification Using Augmented Reality

Kavya Shakthi R.P; Kavin Raja A.S; Janani S.R; Sangeetha K

International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub, 2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue ICARD-2021 3S, Pages 68-71
DOI: 10.47392/irjash.2021.066

Augmented Reality is an interactive experience of a real world environment. It has been used in the following fields Medical, Education, Mechanical Industries, Food Industries, Real Estate and so on. Since October 2020 the industrial growth is nearly about 26.18%, thereby it is seen that there is a gradual development for the manufacturing models. In current scenario, the freshers of mechanical industries are knowing the working of machineries by the user guide or trainers. As a fresher to the industry, they might have communication struggles to ask for the working of the machine with supervisors or experts. The normal learning process from the user guide by the freshers may take a long period of time and also for training the freshers by the experts may cost high. To overcome the issue, we propose an augmented reality application which can help the freshers to identify the industrial machines and also know the working of machine in three dimensional views. Our application is a interactive platform which will be handy for the freshers and it could be helpful for better understanding of a machine in short period of time in low cost.