Viga ET is proud to participate in the launch of the Expo explorer app with one of the biggest Augmented Reality experiences now open for the public. It brings some of the latest tech that Viga ET got to build along with Magnopus and Google.
This experience takes users on a journey into the future, where they can explore what life might be like in cities of the future. They can see how new technologies will impact the way we live and work, and even experience some of the challenges that come with urbanisation.
The app has been built using Google’s AR Cloud Anchors technology, which allows users to view augmented reality experiences at precise locations on their phones and tablets. This gives people the chance to explore the future of cities with more immersive experiences.
The metaverse is quickly gaining traction among users, who are now venturing into distinct regions. We hope that this may assist individuals in comprehending the future technology landscape and the metaverse that is about to emerge.
The Expo explorer app is a great example of how Augmented Reality can be used to create engaging and immersive experiences. It’s also a testament to the power of collaboration, as it was made possible through the combined efforts of Viga ET, Magnopus, and Google. We are excited to see what else this team can achieve in the future!
The team at Viga has spent the last three years developing AR cloud anchors technology that seamlessly connects with a large-scale location like Dubai Expo. A more technical explanation will be published at a later date.
If you would like to try out the Expo explorer app for yourself, head over to the App Store or Google Play now! And don’t forget to check out our website for more information on all things Viga ET. They can see how new technologies will impact our lives and how we will interact with our surroundings. The app is available now for free download on the App Store and Google Play.
We are excited to see how this app will be used by people all over the world, and we look forward to seeing what the future of reality holds.