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Contact Person : Ruturaj Desai
India: + 91-9909705001
USA: 1-408-705-2225
Email : info@yantramstudio.com

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There was a time when applications with augmented Reality (AR) were merely concepts. But today, this concept has made its way into the real world. It works by superimposing digital content atop of our physical surroundings, thereby enhancing our interaction with our surroundings. Thanks to AR app development, we now have plethora of applications integrated with this technology. But, not all of them are worthy enough to stay in your smartphone.

 

To make things easier for you, we have listed the five most popular augmented reality apps which are worth trying.

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go can be tagged as the application that made the concept of AR clear to common people. This marvelous creation of Niantic gained huge popularity. This enticing game enables its users to catch Pokemon in the real world. The game makes use of GPS and camera. The camera shows you Pokemon in the real world while the GPS is used to mark your location. You can have around 150 pocket monsters with you.

 

The game is so engrossing that users often forgot to take note of their surroundings. Its official website now offers safety tips for its users. Sure enough, you cannot miss out on an application like this.

Ink Hunter

ink-hunter

Inkhunter is a unique and fun-filled AR app that lets you check out pre-made tattoos. The application offers you its own designs, but you can also upload and try out your own designs. You can orient the tattoos in any position and on any part of the body. With a little help from the in-app editor, tattoos appear close to real life. Previously, it provided support for black-and-white tattoos, but after its latest update, it now provides support for colored tattoos too. Though it won’t come handy for larger ones, for smaller ones, it gives reasonably good results.

Google Sky Map

Google Sky Map

Star lovers are sure to get smitten by this amazing creation of Google which enables users to identify almost anything in the starry night sky. After installing it, simply point your phone upwards, and you can view different celestial objects like stars, constellations, galaxies and planets. You can do real-time identification of almost anything that comes under the radar of your phone’s camera. You can even search for specific stars and planets that are not clearly visible on your screen.

Wikitude World Browser

Wikitude World Browser

With a simple Internet browser like Google Chrome, you can do so much with Internet. Just think of all the things you can do with an AR browser. No wonder it is regarded as one of the classic examples of augmented reality app development. This virtual browser has over 3500 associated content providers and serves you with the best possible relevant information regarding landmarks, restaurants, and other information that you will find extremely useful during travels.

 

The browser shows Wikipedia articles with detailed information on landmarks. Its extra features like enabling users to share locations via Facebook works as icing on the cake.

Layar

Layar

For any AR development company, to create something intriguing like Layar must be the objective. Now part of the Blippar group, Layar was founded in 2009. Today, it is considered as a global leader for AR and interactive print technology. Starting from musical content to happening events, Layar furnishes you with information by simply scanning compatible printouts. Aim your camera at any poster, flyer or magazine cover and suddenly, you can find online links appearing on your screen.

 

It uses Accelerometer, built-in camera, compass as well as GPS to serve you with relevant information. No wonder it was announced as a Technology Pioneer for 2011 by the World Economic Forum.

 

The apps listed above give a glimpse of the potential of augmented reality app development. The marketplace of AR development is sure to get bigger, and if you’re thinking of jumping into this bandwagon then, perhaps, it’s the right time. Collaborating with a renowned AR development company is a good choice as it will leave you with viable options and will also provide you with professional help to get the best of the industry.

 

Contact YantramStudio.com for your virtual reality real estate companies requirement!
Email: info@yantramstudio.com

 

View more: http://www.yantramstudio.com/augmented-reality.html

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Virtual Reality Oculus Application developed in Unreal (UE4)

For more details please visit our website: http://www.yantramstudio.com/virtual-reality.html

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3D Architectural Walkthrough & Fly through animation for residential apartment Canada. For more details please visit our website: http://www.yantramstudio.com

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Papers, pens, pencils, rulers, and a marble floor messed up with stationary – these things sound familiar, don’t they?


Well, that’s perhaps what one would call a typical conventional architect’s set-up. Over the years, an architect’s tasks might not have changed much, but a modern architectural design studio is way different than its conventional counterpart. Few things, however, that have remain unchanged are the questions that young designers have. If not worked out properly, the familiar smell of paper and basswood can turn into a spell of despair. So it’s necessary to know few things that can help one survive as well as thrive into design studio.

Architectural Design Studio

Here is a list of ten essential things that expose some common queries associated with architectural design studio.

 

1. Pen the Details

 

Studios mean paper work and paper work means detailing. Keep track of your work and do make a habit of carrying a notepad.  Amidst all the sketching, you might forget to pay attention to some other work. Not all the time you are equipped with necessary tools for specifying your task. Your notepad shall help you to jot down things which you can attend to later. This habit also assists you in carefully editing anything that you’re about to publish.

 

 2. Time Management

 

Architecture students come under the lot who hardly work in a methodical manner. They are terrible at managing their time and the total output of their productivity is lost during this time management endeavor. There are some freshly graduated architects who brag about being all-nighters. But, the actual grown-ups of the industry know that all-nighters are not needed if you can manage your time efficiently. You already spend 8 hours of the day in the studio, and those hours are enough to get oodles of work done. So, time management is a must for those fresh architects.

 

3. No Last Minute Change

 

There is always that little more in designing, especially when you are in the learning phase. You will be tempted to present your concepts or make that model more presentable. This urge to make your designs better even at the last minute can turn out to be disastrous, especially when you are about to present your work to clients. Work carefully before you finalize everything. Once you are done with building models and rendering drawings, there is no looking back.

 

4. Be Author of Ideas

 

It’s good to be a good designer, but it’s great to be a design author. After all, no one likes to be known as the ‘blind follower’ in the studio, the one who only carries out instructions without any further contribution of his or her own. Don’t always stick to the status quo. Build your own ideas, design them, share them and get feedback. Undoubtedly, you will need to put some extra efforts, but compared to the hard work, the opportunities that your ideas may bring are also diverse.

 

5. Remember Your Clients, Always

 

What your clients think? What do they need? What can they afford? How can they afford? Once you have been assigned a designing task, your ideas should strictly work in accordance with the needs of your clients. They should be the only ones who should be at the back of your mind. You don’t need to overstress yourself with the minutest details, but, of course, they are the ones who should direct your work.

 

6. Don’t Stop Learning

 

Starting from Gothic styles to the comforts of a six year-old, an architect needs to know almost anything that can find even the slightest use in architecture. Designing is all about learning on the go. Fortunately, architects now have plenty of sources by their side to learn, design and implement new things. Read good designing blogs, participate in forums. Consider starting your own blog. In short, don’t ever stop learning.

 

7. Do Your Homework

 

It is next to impossible to know ins and outs about your clients’ businesses, but as a responsible designer, it is your duty to learn possibly as much as you can about their businesses. This learning is necessitated at the inception of a project as it helps you to know about your clients’ objectives, their spaces and of course, gives you a clearer view of their requirements. If required, dedicate a half-day session to shoot all queries that you have.

 

8. Break Few Rules

 

Most of us choose to go by the norms as they ensure safety and evade chaos. But, if need be, there is no harm in breaking a few rules. Remember, designing is all about ideas. While most of your execution will be directed from your college time, sometimes you need to bring up your own ideas and execute them in your own ways. If your hard work is able to garner complements and turn heads, then who cares what methods you inculcated?

 

9. Learn Through Criticism

 

A creative mind should be as open to criticism as it is to ideas. By all means, seek criticism. It not only helps you to assess your work, but also opens gateways to improvements. Designing is a genre where perfection comes by correcting your flaws, and if you don’t know your flaws, there is no question of correction. Connect with your mentors, show them your work, seek advice and of course, learn from criticism.

 

10. Appreciate Yourself

 

One must remember that seeking criticism doesn’t mean demeaning oneself. This is a common mistake which is made by most of the designers at their early careers. If you don’t value your work, no one will. You have put lots of efforts and sleepless nights in designing those models, so there’s nothing wrong in appreciating yourself.

 

Your design studio works as an excellent learning habitat where you will find yourself surrounded with experiences. Every day will teach you something new but, knowing the basic rules will at least help you to survive and overcome the initial struggles.

 

Contact YantramStudio.com for your architectural 3D interior design requirement!
Email: info@yantramstudio.com

 

Visit us: http://www.yantramstudio.com/

 

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3D Walkthrough Flythrough animation for Commercial Warehouse Property with amenities such as cafe, restaurant, kids area and parking.

 

For more details please visit our website: http://www.yantramstudio.com

 

FOLLOW US @

 

Google + : https://plus.google.com/+YantramstudioAnimation/
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/YantramAnimationStudio
Twitter : https://twitter.com/yantramstudio
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/yantramstudio/

 

Contact Person : Ruturaj Desai
India: + 91-9909705001
USA: 1-408-705-2225
Email : info@yantramstudio.com

Comments

There was a time when applications with augmented Reality (AR) were merely concepts. But today, this concept has made its way into the real world. It works by superimposing digital content atop of our physical surroundings, thereby enhancing our interaction with our surroundings. Thanks to AR app development, we now have plethora of applications integrated with this technology. But, not all of them are worthy enough to stay in your smartphone.

 

To make things easier for you, we have listed the five most popular augmented reality apps which are worth trying.

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go can be tagged as the application that made the concept of AR clear to common people. This marvelous creation of Niantic gained huge popularity. This enticing game enables its users to catch Pokemon in the real world. The game makes use of GPS and camera. The camera shows you Pokemon in the real world while the GPS is used to mark your location. You can have around 150 pocket monsters with you.

 

The game is so engrossing that users often forgot to take note of their surroundings. Its official website now offers safety tips for its users. Sure enough, you cannot miss out on an application like this.

Ink Hunter

ink-hunter

Inkhunter is a unique and fun-filled AR app that lets you check out pre-made tattoos. The application offers you its own designs, but you can also upload and try out your own designs. You can orient the tattoos in any position and on any part of the body. With a little help from the in-app editor, tattoos appear close to real life. Previously, it provided support for black-and-white tattoos, but after its latest update, it now provides support for colored tattoos too. Though it won’t come handy for larger ones, for smaller ones, it gives reasonably good results.

Google Sky Map

Google Sky Map

Star lovers are sure to get smitten by this amazing creation of Google which enables users to identify almost anything in the starry night sky. After installing it, simply point your phone upwards, and you can view different celestial objects like stars, constellations, galaxies and planets. You can do real-time identification of almost anything that comes under the radar of your phone’s camera. You can even search for specific stars and planets that are not clearly visible on your screen.

Wikitude World Browser

Wikitude World Browser

With a simple Internet browser like Google Chrome, you can do so much with Internet. Just think of all the things you can do with an AR browser. No wonder it is regarded as one of the classic examples of augmented reality app development. This virtual browser has over 3500 associated content providers and serves you with the best possible relevant information regarding landmarks, restaurants, and other information that you will find extremely useful during travels.

 

The browser shows Wikipedia articles with detailed information on landmarks. Its extra features like enabling users to share locations via Facebook works as icing on the cake.

Layar

Layar

For any AR development company, to create something intriguing like Layar must be the objective. Now part of the Blippar group, Layar was founded in 2009. Today, it is considered as a global leader for AR and interactive print technology. Starting from musical content to happening events, Layar furnishes you with information by simply scanning compatible printouts. Aim your camera at any poster, flyer or magazine cover and suddenly, you can find online links appearing on your screen.

 

It uses Accelerometer, built-in camera, compass as well as GPS to serve you with relevant information. No wonder it was announced as a Technology Pioneer for 2011 by the World Economic Forum.

 

The apps listed above give a glimpse of the potential of augmented reality app development. The marketplace of AR development is sure to get bigger, and if you’re thinking of jumping into this bandwagon then, perhaps, it’s the right time. Collaborating with a renowned AR development company is a good choice as it will leave you with viable options and will also provide you with professional help to get the best of the industry.

 

Contact YantramStudio.com for your virtual reality real estate companies requirement!
Email: info@yantramstudio.com

 

View more: http://www.yantramstudio.com/augmented-reality.html

Comments

Virtual Reality Oculus Application developed in Unreal (UE4)

For more details please visit our website: http://www.yantramstudio.com/virtual-reality.html

Comments

3D Architectural Walkthrough & Fly through animation for residential apartment Canada. For more details please visit our website: http://www.yantramstudio.com

Comments

Papers, pens, pencils, rulers, and a marble floor messed up with stationary – these things sound familiar, don’t they?


Well, that’s perhaps what one would call a typical conventional architect’s set-up. Over the years, an architect’s tasks might not have changed much, but a modern architectural design studio is way different than its conventional counterpart. Few things, however, that have remain unchanged are the questions that young designers have. If not worked out properly, the familiar smell of paper and basswood can turn into a spell of despair. So it’s necessary to know few things that can help one survive as well as thrive into design studio.

Architectural Design Studio

Here is a list of ten essential things that expose some common queries associated with architectural design studio.

 

1. Pen the Details

 

Studios mean paper work and paper work means detailing. Keep track of your work and do make a habit of carrying a notepad.  Amidst all the sketching, you might forget to pay attention to some other work. Not all the time you are equipped with necessary tools for specifying your task. Your notepad shall help you to jot down things which you can attend to later. This habit also assists you in carefully editing anything that you’re about to publish.

 

 2. Time Management

 

Architecture students come under the lot who hardly work in a methodical manner. They are terrible at managing their time and the total output of their productivity is lost during this time management endeavor. There are some freshly graduated architects who brag about being all-nighters. But, the actual grown-ups of the industry know that all-nighters are not needed if you can manage your time efficiently. You already spend 8 hours of the day in the studio, and those hours are enough to get oodles of work done. So, time management is a must for those fresh architects.

 

3. No Last Minute Change

 

There is always that little more in designing, especially when you are in the learning phase. You will be tempted to present your concepts or make that model more presentable. This urge to make your designs better even at the last minute can turn out to be disastrous, especially when you are about to present your work to clients. Work carefully before you finalize everything. Once you are done with building models and rendering drawings, there is no looking back.

 

4. Be Author of Ideas

 

It’s good to be a good designer, but it’s great to be a design author. After all, no one likes to be known as the ‘blind follower’ in the studio, the one who only carries out instructions without any further contribution of his or her own. Don’t always stick to the status quo. Build your own ideas, design them, share them and get feedback. Undoubtedly, you will need to put some extra efforts, but compared to the hard work, the opportunities that your ideas may bring are also diverse.

 

5. Remember Your Clients, Always

 

What your clients think? What do they need? What can they afford? How can they afford? Once you have been assigned a designing task, your ideas should strictly work in accordance with the needs of your clients. They should be the only ones who should be at the back of your mind. You don’t need to overstress yourself with the minutest details, but, of course, they are the ones who should direct your work.

 

6. Don’t Stop Learning

 

Starting from Gothic styles to the comforts of a six year-old, an architect needs to know almost anything that can find even the slightest use in architecture. Designing is all about learning on the go. Fortunately, architects now have plenty of sources by their side to learn, design and implement new things. Read good designing blogs, participate in forums. Consider starting your own blog. In short, don’t ever stop learning.

 

7. Do Your Homework

 

It is next to impossible to know ins and outs about your clients’ businesses, but as a responsible designer, it is your duty to learn possibly as much as you can about their businesses. This learning is necessitated at the inception of a project as it helps you to know about your clients’ objectives, their spaces and of course, gives you a clearer view of their requirements. If required, dedicate a half-day session to shoot all queries that you have.

 

8. Break Few Rules

 

Most of us choose to go by the norms as they ensure safety and evade chaos. But, if need be, there is no harm in breaking a few rules. Remember, designing is all about ideas. While most of your execution will be directed from your college time, sometimes you need to bring up your own ideas and execute them in your own ways. If your hard work is able to garner complements and turn heads, then who cares what methods you inculcated?

 

9. Learn Through Criticism

 

A creative mind should be as open to criticism as it is to ideas. By all means, seek criticism. It not only helps you to assess your work, but also opens gateways to improvements. Designing is a genre where perfection comes by correcting your flaws, and if you don’t know your flaws, there is no question of correction. Connect with your mentors, show them your work, seek advice and of course, learn from criticism.

 

10. Appreciate Yourself

 

One must remember that seeking criticism doesn’t mean demeaning oneself. This is a common mistake which is made by most of the designers at their early careers. If you don’t value your work, no one will. You have put lots of efforts and sleepless nights in designing those models, so there’s nothing wrong in appreciating yourself.

 

Your design studio works as an excellent learning habitat where you will find yourself surrounded with experiences. Every day will teach you something new but, knowing the basic rules will at least help you to survive and overcome the initial struggles.

 

Contact YantramStudio.com for your architectural 3D interior design requirement!
Email: info@yantramstudio.com

 

Visit us: http://www.yantramstudio.com/

 

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Augmented Reality (AR) – A Quickly Growing New Age Technology

Augmented Virtual Reality Video

 

Augmented Reality (AR) gives a live view of a physical, real world environment whose elements augmented by computer generated input like sound, video, information, graphics, or GPS data. This AR technology is closer to the real world. Augmented reality is varying the way we view the world. AR technology is growing quickly and some of the fields such as a Education, Training, Entertainment, Medicine and Real estate already adapted this technology Augmented Reality Apps work on smartphones, tablets, Television and smart glasses to create interactive experiences using particular software.


See some of the usage of Augmented Reality:

AR Technology is most used for Real Estate industry now days.This technology is also used for industrial maintenance.Facility for education, Training and many more.Stimulate Brand Recognition with Social Augmented Reality Games.Elevate location-based services to new dimensions with mobile AR system.


Hand Tracking Augmented Reality
Yantram 3D Animation Studio Team is having experienced and highly-qualified AR Programmers for Augmented Reality Application Development who got die hard passion to create the best app for the brand which flourishes across the world.

 

Yantram Studio also Offer 3D Architectural Exterior Animation, 3D Interior Animation, 3D Walkthrough, 2D - 3D Floor Plan, 3D Medical Animation, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality,  3D Product Modeling, 360 Panoramic Virtual Tour, CAD Drafting Services, Animation Video Productions.

 

Source: http://yantramstudio.com/blog/architectural/augmented-reality-ar-a-quickly-growing-new-age-technology/

 


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